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THE LIBRARY OF THE 

UNIVERSITY OF 

NORTH CAROLINA 



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THE COLLECTION OF 
NORTH CAROLINIANA 



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1921/22 



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THIRTY^THIRD REPORT 



OF THE 



Department of Labor and Printing 



OF THE 



STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA 




192M922 



M. L. SHIPMAN, Commissioner 



RALEIGH 

Mitchelij Printing Company 

State Printers 

1923 



DEPARTMENT PERSONNEL 

M. L. Shipman, Commissioner Henderson County 

Lawrence E. Nichols, Assistant Commissioner Wake County 

John G. McIntyre, Bookkeeper-Stockman Chatham County 

Miss Gladys Williamson, Stenographer-Clerk Wake County 

Employment Service 

M. L. Shipman, Director Henderson County 

Miss Annie Travis, Assistant Director Halifax County 

Miss Ruth Harris, Stenographer-Clerk Wake County 



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LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL 



To His Excellency, Cameron Morrison, Governor of North Carolina. 

Sir : — -Pursuant- to the requirements of the statute creating this De- 
partment of the State Government, and. acts supplemental thereto, I 
have the honor to submit herewith the Thirty-third Report of the 
Department of Labor and Printing of the State of North Carolina, 
covering the biennial period 1921-1922. 

As is also permitted, it is desired to submit, for your consideration, 
and for the information of the General Assembly, some suggestions that 
the Department feels should be presented and acted upon by our lav- 
making body. 

AN URGENT NEED 

As pointed out in our last report, North Carolina has become one 
of the leading manufacturing states of the Union. It is also one of the 
most delinquent in providing and maintaining industrial standards for 
the protection of the workers. The claim will scarcely be questioned 
that the preservation of life through all feasible corrective, preventive, 
and remedial measures is a bounden duty of the State, and failure to 
meet the obligation a most serious neglect. 

It is not so much the question of "how accidents happen" as it is of 
providing means of eliminating them. Nothing connected with the 
study of industrial accidents is more important than the subject of 
prevention. The Department, therefore, desires to again emphasize the 
importance of providing adequate industrial safety standards and means 
for enforcing the same as a safeguard against the loss of life and limb 
in the operation of machinery and in the mechanical construction and 
equipment of industrial plants. "An ounce of prevention is worth a 
pound of cure." 

MEDIATION AND CONCILIATION 

Differences frequently arise between employers and employees which 
cause discord and unrest; setting in motion a train of economic evils 
not easily checked and entailing losses to the communities affected which 
are never fully recouped. Too often, during recent years, labor dis- 
putes have assumed such proportions and fired the spirit and temper of 
both employer and employee to such a point as to render mutual agree- 
ments practically impossible. 

It is the opinion of this Department that when differences arise 
which result, or seem likely to result, in a strike or lockout in any 
plant or industry, the State may properly enter the controversy in the 
role of peacemaker. In a number of states labor disputes, particularly 
those of individual workmen, are referred by statutory provision to the 

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Department of Labor for advice and adjustment. In others, matters of 
this character are handled by legalized boards of mediation and con- 
ciliation. An agency of the character last named would doubtless often 
succeed in inducing the contending parties to industrial disputes to meet 
and adjust their differences without serious inconvenience to either, or 
economic loss to the public, which inevitably and necessarily accom- 
panies industrial disturbances. 

workmen's compensation 

The first serious effort that American governmental units have made 
toward giving labor a degree of security in its job was the enactment of 
workmen's compensation laws. North Carolina is one of the few states 
which have neglected to provide for the protection of the workers by 
means of relief other than throwing the workman on his own resources. 
Workmen's compensation should be considered from a humanitarian 
viewpoint, quite divorced from the commercial consideration. The 
workman and his beneficiaries are entitled to self-respect, and if he can 
feel that in event of his being incapacitated from earning his daily 
bread he or his dependents are entitled by right of law, morally and 
legally, to compensation, he maintains his self-respect, his wife and 
family maintain theirs, and as a result we have better citizenship and 
better protection to property and life and a resultant benefit to the 
general public. 

The time is past when it is necessary to argue the desirability of legis- 
lation providing for the compensation, without regard to fault, of work- 
men injured at their employments. Industrial advancement must 
depend upon the continued operation and increasing use of machinery 
and processes that are hazardous. It cannot be otherwise, and acci- 
dents will inevitably result from the operation of dangerous machines, 
no matter how careful those persons are who own or operate them. 
This being true, each industry should be responsible for the risks it 
creates or are incident to its operations, and it is the opinion of this 
Department that a workable compensation law would go far iu giving 
labor that security which its importance demands. 

BOILER INSPECTION 

There is no statute requiring the inspection of steam boilers in this 
State, and thousands of lives are daily exposed to the dangers incident 
to defective and improperly installed boilers. Casualty companies doing 
business in the State make inspections before assuming risks. This, 
however, covers only boilers where application is made for insurance, 
and cost of inspection is included in the premiums. Where a boiler is 
rejected by an insurance company as a bad risk the owner, if so disposed, 

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Letter of Transmittal 



may continue its use regardless of the hazard to employees. In some 
cases competent men are in charge of boilers. These can make a satis- 
factory inspection. But in many cases incompetent men are in charge 
of uninspected boilers that are a menace to life and limb. 

A first-class boiler inspection law based on the best experience of 
other states should be enacted for North Carolina. 

STATE PRINTING 

For the past twenty-four years the Department of Labor and Print- 
ing has supervised the State's printing. The creation of new depart- 
ments, commissions, bureaus, etc., from time to time, and the ever- 
widening scope of departmental activities to keep pace with the progress 
of the State have made necessary an ever-increasing volume of printing. 
The present method of handling it furnishes a safeguard against the 
abuses obtaining and the losses sustained under the arrangement in 
force prior to placing the supervision of it under this Department. 

We invite the joint Committee on Printing of the 1923 General 
Assembly, and any one else who may be interested, to visit the Depart- 
ment, thoroughly investigate the system of handling the printing, and 
offer any constructive suggestions. 

The subject is treated in some detail in the chapter on State Printing. 

FREE EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 

Eealizing the urgent necessity for a well organized system of employ- 
ment for North Carolina, the Department brought the matter to the 
attention of the General Assembly of 1921, and succeeded in securing the 
cooperation of that body in the development of such an agency through 
this office. The machinery provided in the statute creating the free 
employment bureau enables the Department to bring employer and 
employee together in a systematic way, in service which reaches all 
classes of labor. During the past year more than 19,000 men and 
women have found positions and jobs through the free employment 
bureau directed by this Department. 

The present appropriation should be continued, with an additional 
sum sufficient to warrant a wider scope of employment activities. 

CHILD LABOR 

Our child labor law is inadequate. It does not meet the needs of the 
present day. This Department has contended all along that the question 
of child labor is a matter falling under the police power of the State. 
This is especially true since the Federal statute has been declared inop- 
erative. It is the opinion of this Department that the General Assembly 



Letter of Transmittal 



would perform an act of wisdom in the framing and enactment of a law 
which would assure greater protection to the children and women workers 
of the State. 

EIGHT-HOUR DAT 

The time has long since passed when a. law limiting a day's work to 
eight hours, especially in hazardous occupations, should have been 
enacted. Let me repeat : "Man's powers, like his general nature, are 
limited, and beyond these limits he cannot go. His strength is developed 
and increased by use and exercise, but only on conditions of due inter- 
mission and proper rest. How many and how long the intervals of rest 
should be must depend on the nature of the work, on circumstances of 
time and place, and on the health and strength of the workman. The 
severity of physical labor, the dangers attending it, and work in which 
great mental energy must be expended demand that the best possible 
conditions surround it, both as to hours of labor and compensation 
therefor; for the unanswerable reason that the life expectancy in such 
employments is, in the nature of things, limited to a short period of 
years." 

IN CONCLUSION 

These suggestions are offered in the interest of justice to a very great 
proportion of the State's citizenship and with the hope that advanced 
steps may be taken towards the amelioration of their condition. ]STorth 
Carolina ought to keep step with other states in the care and protection 
of her wage-earners of every class and condition. 

Respectfully submitted, 






MC«ro£. ^fv-v^-M^ 



Commissioner, 
Raleigh. N. C, December 15. 1022. 



DIRECTORY OF STATE OFFICERS 



STATE GOVERNMENT 



LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENT 

W. B. Cooper President of the Senate Wilmington 

John G. Dawson- Speaker of the House of Representatives Kinston 

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 

Department of the Governor 

Cameron Morrison Governor Mecklenburg 

William H. Richardson __ .Private Secretary — Wake 

Miss Mamie C. Turner Executive Clerk Wake 

Miss Margaret V. Willis Executive Secretary Mecklenburg 

Council of State 

Secretary of State Auditor Treasurer 

Superintendent of Public Instruction 

Department of State 

W. N. Everett Secretary of State Pitt 

Mrs. Minnie Bagwell Fox Corporation Clerk Wake 

L. P. Denmark Grant Clerk Wake 

Mrs. Sarah Middleton Clerk Wake 

Miss Mary Bradley Clerk Wake 

Mrs. R. V. Musgrove Stenographer Sampson 

Mrs. F. G. Davis Clerk Davie 

Automobile Division 

J. E . Sawyer Motor Supervisor 

A. L. Fleming Chief Clerk 

George Little Gasoline Auditor 

Miss Annie H. Bobbitt Cashier 

Miss Susie \Y. Taylor Clerk 

Miss Margaret Habel Clerk 

Miss Lizzie Lee Clerk 

Miss Nannie R. Jones Bookkeeper 

Miss Roberta Crews Clerk 

Miss Betty Packer Clerk 

Mrs. Benjamin R. Beach Clerk 

Miss Ruby Little Clerk 

Walter L. Horton _' : Inspector 

S. A. Nichols Inspector 

J. R. Pendergrast Inspector 

George J. Studdert Inspector 

Department of the State Auditor 

Baxter Durham State Auditor Wake 

E. H. Baker Chief Clerk__ Franklin 

A. H. Arrinqton Traveling Auditor Nash 

C. W. Aycock Tax Clerk Wayne 

J. B. Briggs Bookkeeper Cumberland 

Daniel W. Terry" Corporation Clerk Richmond 

Miss Lina P. Stephenson Bookkeeper Wake 

Mrs. H. S. Gay Pension Clerk Wayne 

Mrs. R. D. Thomas Bond Clerk Chatham 



viii State Government. 



Bureau of County Auditing 

W. T. Dixon . Traveling Auditor- Cleveland 

W. Roy Plott Accountant Haywood 

CM. Johnson Accountant Pender 

Ralph Steele Accountant _ -Guilford 

George Humber Accountant— Moore 

J. S. Robinson Accountant Macon 

Ed. S. Abell, Jr - --- ...Accountant Johnston 

Department of the State Treasurer 

Benjamin R. Lacy Treasurer.. Wake 

W. F. Moody Chief Clerk -Mecklenburg 

Henry R. Williamson Teller Sampson 

H. M. Ivey Institution Clerk Orange 

O. M. Jones Bond Clerk .Harnett 

Miss Vera Ellington.. Corporation Clerk Chatham 

Miss Ethel Ferrell License Clerk... _ .Wake 

L. B. Parker Bookkeeper Harnett 

Department of Education 

E. C. Brooks Superintendent of Public Instruction Pitt 

W. H. Pittman Director of Publication Edgecombe 

A. S. Brower --- Director of Finances, Statistics, and Certifi- 
cation Cabarrus 

C. D. Douglas .Assistant Director of Finances and Statistics. .Surry 

A. T. Allen Director of Teacher Training Rowan 

Miss Susan Fulghum Supervisor of Teacher Training Wayne 

Mrs. T. E. Johnston. Supervisor of Teacher Training Rowan 

Miss Hattie Parrott Supervisor of Teacher Training. Lenoir 

Miss Elizabeth Kelly Supervisor of Teacher Training.. Jackson 

N, C. Newbold.. Director of Negro Education Beaufort 

J. H. Highsmith State Supervisor Public High Schools ...Wake 

L. C. Brogden Supervisor Rural Elementary Schools. .Wayne 

J. B. Williamson... Director of School Extension Scotland 

J. J. Blair Director of Schoolhouse Planning Guilford 

T. E. Browne Director of Vocational Education. ...Wake 

State Board of Education. — Governor, President; Superintendent of Public Instruction, Secretary; 
Lieutenant-Governor, Secretary of State, Auditor, Treasurer, Attorney-General. 

Department of Justice 

James S. Manning Attorney-General Wake 

Frank Nash. Assistant Attorney-General Orange 

Miss Lillian Turner... Stenographer. Wake 

Corporation Commission 

W. T. Lee Chairman 

George P. Pell Commissioner 

Allen J. Maxwell Commissioner 

R. O. Self Clerk 

Miss E. G. Riddick - Assistant 

Miss Mary Shaw Stenographer 

Rate Department 

W. G. Womble Rate Clerk 

Edgar Womble - Clerk 

Miss Frances T. Abernethy Stenographer 

Bakning Department 

Clarence Latham Chief State Bank Examiner 

John Mitchell. ._ .State Bank Examiner 

W. L. Williams. - - .State Bank Examiner 



State Government 



W. L. Burns State Bank Examiner 

L. H. Harbison Assistant State Bank Examiner 

R. E. Kerr Assistant State Bank Examiner 

D. M. Darden Assistant State Bank Examiner 

G. N. Henson Assistant State Bank Examiner 

C. C. Meroney Clerk 

Miss Mabel Morris Stenographer 

Miss Anna Rose Latham Stenographer 

Miss Grace Lee Typist 

State Department of Revenue 

R. A. Doughton Commissioner Alleghany 

O. S. Thompson Deputy Commissioner Wake 

A. S. Carson Deputy Commissioner Alleghany 

A. E. Beddingfield Deputy Commissioner.. Wake 

Miss Meta Adams Deputy Commissioner Haywood 

J. R. Collie Division Deputy Franklin 

John Morrison Division Deputy Richmond 

J. E. Boyd Division Deputy Iredell 

J. H. Harwood Special Deputy Swain 

V. P. Moir Special Deputy Forsyth 

W. S. Moye Special Deputy.. Edgecombe 

J. B. Glover Special Deputy Iredell 

Department of Labor and Printing 

M. L. Shipman Commissioner Henderson 

Lawrence E. Nichols Assistant Commissioner Wake 

J. G. McIntyre Bookkeeper-Stockman Chatham 

Miss Gladys Williamson ..Stenographer-Clerk Wake 

Bynum Printing Co... 



Capital Printing Co 

Commercial Printing Co 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co. 
Mitchell Printing Co 



State Printers _ Wake 



State Free Employment Service 

M. L. Shipman Director Henderson 

Miss Annie Travis Assistant Director Halifax 

Miss Ruth Harris ..Clerk Wake 

Bureau for the Deaf 
J. M. Robertson Chief of Bureau Wake 

Department of Agriculture 
State Board of Agriculture 

W. A. Graham, Commissioner, ex officio Chairman Raleigh 

F. P. Latham Belhaven 

J. J. Harris Macon 

R. L. Woodard Pamlico 

Clarence Poe Raleigh 

R. W. Scott Haw River 

A. T. McCallum _ Red Springs 

C. C. Wright _ Hunting Creek 

W. B. McLelland Stony Point 

H. Q. Alexander Matthews 

A. Cannon Horse Shoe 

Executive Officers, State Department of Agriculture 

W. A. Graham Commissioner 

K. W. Barnes Secretary and Purchasing Agent 

Miss M. H. McKimmon Bookkeeper and Private Secretary 

Miss Mary Knight Stenographer 



State Govern m bnt 



Administration, Experiment Station and Extension Service 

B». W. Kilgore Director Experiment Station and Extension Service 

F. E. Miller Assistant Director Branch Stations 

J. M. Gray .. Assistant Director Extension 

Miss Mary S. Birdsong Secretary 

H. C. Evans Auditor and Executive Assistant 

Mrs. L. B. Judd Stenographer 

Museum 

H. H. Brimley .'...Curator 

Harry T. Davis. Assistant Curator 

Miss Annie Lewis _ Usher 

Chemistry 

State Agricultural Chemist 

W. G. Haywood Fertilizer Chemist 

E. S. Dewar Assistant Chemist 

Z. B. Bradford Assistant Chemist 

C. L. Williams Assistant Chemist 

R. L. Mills Assistant Chemist 

J. O. Halverson Feed Chemist and Specialist in Nutrition 

F. W. Sherwood Assistant Chemist 

B. Naiman Assistant Chemist 

L. M. Nixon Assistant Chemist 

Agronomy 

C. B. Williams Chief, Division of Agronomy 

W. F. Pate Soil Agronomist 

E. C. Blair Extension Agronomist 

R. Y. Winters Agronomist in Plant Breeding 

S. K. Jackson Assistant in Plant Breeding 

G. M. Garren.. Assistant in Plant Breeding 

S. W. Hill ..Assistant in Plant Breeding 

W. E. Hearn Soil Survey 

S. O. Perkins. Soil Survey 

Mrs. Katherine Crews McKimmon Secretary 

Miss Jean Smith Stenographer 

Miss Katherine Tew Stenographer 

Entomology 

Franklin Sherman Chief, Division of Entomology 

Z. P. Metcalf Entomologist 

R. W. Leiby Assistant Entomologist 

C. S. Brimley Assistant Entomologist 

T. B. Mitchell Assistant Entomologist 

W. B. Mabee . Extension Entomologist 

C. L. Sams* Specialist in Beekeeping 

J. A. Harris Assistant in Entomology 

J. C. Crawford Assistant in Entomology 

Miss Almer Marion Stenographer 

Horticulture 

C. D. Matthews. Chief, Division of Horticulture 

J. P. Pillsbury- Horticulturist 

E. D. Bowditch Assistant Horticulturist 

F. E. McCall. Garden Specialist 

R. F. Payne Extension Horticulturist 

C L. Williams ...Research Assistant Horticulturist 

H. R. Niswonger Extension Horticulturist 

Miss K. V. Michaux Stenographer 

Mrs. Harry Black Stenographer 



*In cooperation with United States Department of Agriculture. 



State Government xi 



Animal Industry 

R. S. Curtis Acting Chief, Animal Industry Division 

Earl Hostetler . Beef Cattle and Swine 

F. T. Peden Beef Cattle 

George Evans Sheep Extension 

W. W. Shay : Swine Extension 

J. M. Watts Assistant in Swine Extension 

B. F. Kaupp Poultry Pathologist 

A. G. Oliver Poultry Extension 

E. G. Wardin Assistant in Poultry Extension 

Stanley Combs . Dairy Experimentalist 

J. A. Arey Dairy Farming 

F. R. Farnham Assistant in Dairy Farming 

A. C. Kimrey Assistant in Dairy Farming 

H. S. Wilson Assistant in Dairy Farming 

Miss Nellie Fort Stenographer 

Miss Margaret Jones Stenographer 

Miss Lillie Bender Stenographer 

Mrs. L. S. Newman Stenographer 

Plant Pathology 

F. A. Wolf Plant Pathologist 

S. G. Lehman Assistant Plant Pathologist 

G. W. Fant Extension Pathologist 

Drainage 
F. O. Bartel ...: 1 Drainage Engineer 

Veterinary Division 
William Moore Veterinarian 

C. C. Watts Assistant Veterinarian 

L. Faulhaber Assistant Veterinarian 

F. D. Owen Hog Cholera Inspector 

Mrs. Margaret Newsome Schell Stenographer 

Bota n y 

J. L. Burgess Botanist and Agronomist 

Miss Susie D. Allen Assistant Seed Analyst 

Miss Mary Shore Assistant Seed Analyst 

Miss Jessie Knight Assistant Seed Analyst 

Food and Oil Inspection 

W. M. Allen State Food and Oil Chemist 

L. B. Rhodes Assistant Chemist 

Mrs. L. B. Rhodes Assistant 

W. A. -Queen Assistant 

F. T. Ward Food Inspector 

C. R. Warlick Oil Clerk 

H. L. Crook Assistant Chemist 

Miss Sarah G. Allen Stenographer 

Miss S allie S. Palmer Stenographer 

Markets and Rural Organizations 

B. F. Brown Chief, Division of Markets 

Gorrell Shumaker Marketing Fruits and Vegetables 

R. O. Moen Credit Unions 

P. H. Hart Cotton Grading 

J. I. Johnson Assistant in Cotton Grading 

J. P. Brown Warehouse Construction, Inspection, and Operation 

Frank Parker Agricultural Statistician 

W. M. Rhodes, Jr Assistant Statistician 

J. F. Hatch Chief Clerk 

M. R. Stephenson Recording Clerk 

Miss Frances Dunn Stenographer 

Miss Mabel Haynes Stenographer 



State Govebnment 



Farm Demonstration 

C. R. Hudson .. -- .-.State Farm Demonstration Agent 

S. J. Kirb y Assistant State Agent 

E. S. Millsaps District Agent, Piedmont District 

C. C. Proffitt - District Agent, Mountai n District 

O. F. McCrary .District Agent, Central District 

E. W. Gaither District Agent, Southeastern District 

Miss Mertie Merritt - Stenographer 

Miss Foy Newton _ --- Stenographer 

Miss Alma McLean ,--- - - -Stenographer 

Home Demonstration 

Mrs. Jane S. McKimmon... State Home Demonstration Agent 

Miss Maude E. Wallace Assistant Home Demonstration Agent 

Miss Martha Creighton - ...Piedmont District Agent 

Mrs. Estelle T. Smith Eastern District Agent 

Mrs. Cornelia C. Morris .Central District Agent 

Miss Pauline Smith...- - Tidewater District Agent 

Miss Emma Young -- Clerk and Stenographer 

Miss Etta Perry ...Stenographer 

Farm Engineering 

E. R. Raney - - -- Specialist in Farm Engineering 

MissL. B. Wright. - Stenographer 

Publications 

F. H. Jeter Agricultural Editor 

A. O. Alford - Bulletin Clerk 

Mrs. Mary Allen Swain --- Stenographer 

Miss Thelma Owens --- Clerk 

Branch Stations 

R. E. Currin, Jr Assistant Director Edgecombe Branch Station 

F. T. Meacham Assistant Director Piedmont Branch Station 

S. C. Clapp Assistant Director Mountain Branch Station 

Charles Dearing -- Assistant Director Coastal Plain Branch Station 

E. G. Moss Assistant Director Tobacco Branch Station 

J. L. Rea, Jr.... Assistant Director Black Land Branch Station 

Farm Forestry 
H. M. Curran - - Farm Forestry Specialist 

Insurance Department 

Stacey W. Wade Commissioner - .Carteret 

S. F. Campbell Chief Deputy Commissioner Wake 

H. T. Bronson Actuary Wake 

A. L. Fletcher Chief Clerk Wake 

Miss Ida Montgomery Cashier and Tax Clerk ...Warren 

Miss Eva Powell License and Record Clerk Wake 

Miss Fannie Young File Clerk Vance 

W. A. Scott Deputy and Investigator Guilford 

F. M. Jordan Deputy and Investigator Buncombe 

G. W. Mumford Deputy Investigator Wake 

I. G. Farrow. Accountant -- Dare 

W. J. Keys Accountant -- Wake 

Sherwood Brockwell ..Deputy and Fire Prevention Expert. __.Wake 

N. E. Cannady Deputy and State Electrical Inspector... Granville 

W. M. Royster Fire Insurance Expert... ..Edgecombe 

Miss Pattie Jordan Stenographer Caswell 

Miss Susie Davis Stenographer Warren 

Mrs. J. T. Alderman... Safety League and Fire Prevention. Vance 

Mrs. J. G. Fearing ..Safety League and Fire Prevention Pasquotank 

Mrs. W. R.Hollowell. Safety League and Fire Prevention Cumberland 



State Government 



xm 



Safety League and Fire Prevention Guilford 

...Safety League and Fire Prevention... ...Catawba 



Mrs. John S. Cunningham... 

MissE.Schwarberg ""3^ Tea^ ^d Fire Prevention Haywood 

-n. i. l ■ _.'i_. T7^«« PrQironfinTI UUUIUIU 



Mrs Olive Webster ferry a »=«jr — -»-> - 

iviKs. ^ Publicity, Fire Prevention. 

Andbew Joyner. ^ uml »' 

Miss Bobbie Cobb - -Stenographer. 



.Burke 



Historical Commission 



T. M. Pittman 

M. C. S. Noble.... 

Frank Wood 

Heriot Clarkson 

D. H. Hill 

R. B. House 

H. M. London 

Miss Marjory Terrell...- -Stenographer 



Chairman 

Commissioner 

Commissioner 

Commissioner 

Secretary 

. Archivist 

Legislative Reference Librarian. 



MRS.W.J.PEELE. T ;_— :::5S2^5^*5's^zr::z .w*. 

_. .Restorer of Manuscripts 



Vance 
Orange 
Chowan 
Mecklenburg 
.Wake 
.Halifax 
.Chatham 
.Wake 
Wake 



Mrs. J. M. Winfree 

Mrs. W. S. West -^ e ° «k. 

Miss Sophie D. Busbee File Clerk. 



Wake 
Wake 



State Library 



.Wake 
.Wake 
.Wake 
.Wake 



Miss Carrie Broughton Librarian 

Miss Pauline Hill Assistant Librarian...... 

Miss Aline Weathers Assistant Librarian— 

Mrs W. S. Broughton Stenographer 



Instruction, Secretary of State. 



Library Commission 



Richmond 

Pitt 

Wake 

Guilford 

Durham 

Wake 



Mrs. W. C. Leak Vice Chairman 

Eugene C. Brooks Chairman 

Miss Carrie L. Broughton Treasurer ------- 

Alfred M. Scales 

Joseph P. Breedlove V^r""""" 

Miss Mary B. Palmer.. Secretary and »««^-^— Guilford 

Miss Annie F. Petty Assistant Secretary and Director W*^ 

Miss Mary S. Yates Librarian Wake 

Miss Charlotte E. Johnson— Stenographer "."///.""."/.Wake 

Miss Mae Johnston Clerk. 

North Carolina Geological and Economic Survey 

., „„ Governor, ex officio Chairman Raleigh 

Cameron Morrison ™ ve , rn ,, -R„ arr | _— Asheville 

Frank Hewett Member of he Board 

Dr. S.Westray Battle Member o the Board ////....Washington 

John H. Small Member of the Board Wilkesboro 

C. C. Smoot, 3d ^mber of the Board..— ^ ^ 

Joseph Hyde Pratt State Geologist - ^ 

J. S. Holmes State Forester ///.Chapel Hill 

Miss Minnie Queen ...Secretary 



State Prison 
„ . ..Wadesboro 

James A. Leak ..Chairman ..Smithfield 

W. M. Sanders Director Rowland 

A. L. Bullock Director ////.Elkin 

Richard M. Chatham Director Greenville 

E. B. Ficklen Director— .... - Smithfield 

George Ross Pou Superintendent. 

S. J. Busbee --- 



.Warden. 



.Raleigh 



xiv State Government 



State Board of Elections 

Walter H. Neal... Chairman .Laurinburg 

R. T. Claywell Secretary ..Morganton 

B . S . Royster Member _ _ _ _ _ Ox ford 

W. .1. Davis....,.- Member _. Hendersonville 

Clarence Call Member Wilkesboro 

Fisheries Commission 

J. K. Dixon Chairman Trenton 

VV. O. Saunders Commissioner Elizabeth City 

S. P. Hancock Commissioner Beaufort 

E. H. Freeman .Commissioner -Wilmington 

Dr. J. C. Baum Commissioner Poplar Branch 

Capt. John A. Nelson Fisheries Commissioner... ..Gloucester 

Theo. S. Meekins Assistant Commissioner _ Manteo 

VV. G. Dixon.. Assistant Commissioner Oriental 

State Standard Keeper 
T. F. Brockwell... Raleigh 

State Board op Health 
Members of the State Board of Health 

J. Howell Way, M.D.. President .Haywood 

R. H. Lewis, M.D Member of Board _. Wake 

Thomas E. Anderson, M.D Member of Board Iredell 

C. O'H. Laughinghouse, M.D Member of Board Pitt 

F. R. Harris, M.D... Member of Board Vance 

Cyrus Thompson, M.D Member of Board .Onslow 

E. J. Tucker, D.D.S Member of Board Person 

A. J. Crowell, M.D ...Member of Board Mecklenburg 

Charles E. Waddell, C.E Member of Board Buncombe 

Executive Department 

W. S. Rankin, M.D Secretary and State Health Officer Cabarrus 

R. B. Wilson Assistant to the Secretary Wake 

Mrs. Oriana B. James Chief Clerk Guilford 

Mrs. R. Y. McAden Bookkeeper ..Wake 

Miss Lucy Hulin Mailing Clerk Guilford 

Mrs. DeVan Barbour Assistant Mailing Clerk Wake 

Bureau of Vital Statistics 

F. M. Register, M.D Deputy State Registrar Cumberland 

Miss Ruth A. Robinson. .Chief Clerk Carteret 

Miss Blanche Henderson __ .Typist Chatham 

Mrs. G. L. Arthur, Jr Bookkeeper Wake 

Mrs. H. B. Debnam Tabulating Clerk Franklin 

Margaret Cooke Jones Tabulating Clerk Granville 

Mrs. W. H. Gilbert Clerk Northampton 

Miss Mattie Woodward Clerk Wake 

Miss Margaret Young Census Clerk Wake 

Mrs. V. H. Williams Clerk Wake 

Miss Addie Webb Clerk Forsyth 

Miss Janet MacDonald Clerk Sampson 

Bureau of Maternity and Infancy 

K. P. B. Bonner, M.D Director Carteret 

Miss Rose M. Ehrenfeld Chief, Division of Public Health Nursing Wake 

Mrs. T. W. Bickett Chief, Division of Infant and Maternal 

Information Wake 

Miss Ellen B. Bo wen Chief Stenographer Northampton 

Miss Mary' S. Batchelor Assistant Stenographer Wake 

Miss Lida Lones Mailing Clerk Wake 



State Government xv 



Bureau of County Health Work 

E. F. Long, M.D Field Director Forsyth 

Roy C. Mitchell, M.D Field Director Surry 

M. L. Ilsley, M.D Field Director .Forsyth 

Miss Henrietta Owen Stenographer Wake 

Bureau of Epidemiology and Venereal Diseases 

J. S. Mitcheneh, M.D. Collaborating Epidemiologist Johnston 

Mrs. Annie B. Edwards Secretary to Epidemiologist Wake 

Miss Pearl Faulkner Stenographer Transylvania 

Miss Cordelia Tate Clerk Columbus 

Mrs. J. C. Matthews Clerk Wake 

Miss Mary Raye Clerk Wake 

A. S. Campbell, M.D Field Assistant Mecklenburg 

Bureau Medical Inspection of Schools 

G. M. Cooper, M.D Director Sampson 

Miss Alma Sorrell Stenographer ..Wake 

J. C. Johnson, D.D.S Supervisor Dentists Wake 

L. E. Buie, D.D.S Traveling Dentist Lee 

H. B. Foster, D.D.S Traveling Dentist Moore 

W. H. Johnson, D.D.S Traveling Dentist Harnett 

R. L. Underwood, D.D.S Traveling Dentist ..Nash 

E. J. Griffin, D.D.S Traveling Dentist Chowan 

O. J. G. Barnette, D.D.S Traveling Dentist : Rowan 

J. E. Osborne, D.D.S .Traveling Dentist Cleveland 

V. W. Love (Col.), D.D.S Traveling Dentist Alamance 

Miss Cleone E. Hobbs, R.N Special School Nurse Guilford 

Miss Birdie Dunn, R.N Special School Nurse Buncombe 

Miss Ramie E. Williams, R.N Special School Nurse Durham 

Miss Idell Buchan, R.N Special School Nurse Lee 

Miss Geneva Sykes, R.N Special School Nurse Scotland 

State Laboratory of Hygiene 

C. A. Shore, M.D Director Wake 

J. W. Kellogg Bacteriologist Wake 

F. W. Temple Technician Wake 

H. J. Stockard Technician Wake 

Miss Margaret Hall Technician Wake 

Mrs. Mary F. Temple Technician Wake 

Mrs, Clara B. Williams Technician Wake 

Mrs. Marguerite Csowell Technician Wake 

Miss Mamie L. Speas Technician Wake 

G. L. Arthur Technician Wake 

Marion Bailey Assistant Wake 

Miss Fannie Nicholson Bookkeeper Wake 

Miss Ethel Marshall .Clerk Wake 

D. B. Nicholson Shipping Clerk Wake 

Bureau of Engineering and Inspection 

H. E. Miller, C.E Director of Bureau Wake 

G. F. Catlett, C.E Principal Assistant Engineer - New Hanover 

H. G. Bailey, C.E Assistant Engineer Iredell 

Lillian 'Lind ley Stenographer Guilford 

L. G. Whitley Chief Inspector Wilson 

W. S. Chappel Inspector Iredell 

A. M. Surratt Inspector Davidson 

M. M. Melvin ...Inspector Bladen 

E. P. Caruthers Inspector Orange 

John A. McLeod Inspector Robeson 



State Government 



E. A. Hastings Inspector _ _ __ Orange 

A. C. Ricks Inspector Edgecombe 

B. F. Rowland Inspector _ __. Vance 

John E. Floyd Inspector Robeson 

H. M. Champion. Inspector Vance 

Board of Public Buildings and Grounds 
Governor Secretary of State State Treasurer Attorney-General 

W. D. Terry ___ _ Superintendent 

Edward Murray Acting Custodian, Administration Building 

W. J. Bridgers Night Watchman, Capitol Building 

R. H. Sanders .__ Gardener, Capitol Grounds 

W. C. Horton Engineer, Central Heating Plant 

C. E. Barrow Custodian, State Departments Building 

State Highway Commission 

Frank Page.. _ ...Chairman, State Highway Commission Raleigh 

W. A. Hart Commissioner, 1st District Tarboro 

J. E. Cameron Commissioner, 2d District Kinston 

W. A. McGirt Commissioner, 3d District Wilmington 

John Sprunt Hill __ Commissioner, 4th District _ ___ Durham 

J. Elwood Cox .Commissioner, 5th District _ High Point 

W. C. Wilkinson Commissioner, 6th District Charlotte 

A. S. Hanes Commissioner, 7th District. Winston-Salem 

A. M. Kistler Commissioner, 8th District Morganton 

J. G. Stikeleather ..Commissioner, 9th District Asheville 

W. L. Cohoon Attorney, State Highway Commission Elizabeth City 

H. V. Joslin _ Assistant to Chairman Raleigh 

Charles M. Upham State Highway Engineer Raleigh 

Leslie R. Ames. Assistant to State Highway Engineer Raleigh 

H. B. Henderlite Assistant to State Highway Engineer Raleigh 

W. E. Hawkins Maintenance Supervising Engineer Raleigh 

G. W. Hutchinson Assistant Engineer, Division of Tests and 

Investigations Raleigh 

W. L. Craven Bridge Engineer __ Raleigh 

G. F. Syme, Sr Highway Engineer ...Raleigh 

O. B. Bestor Pr. Locating Engineer Raleigh 

C. N. Conner ..Construction Engineer Raleigh 

E. R. Olbrich Construction Engineer. _____ .Raleigh 

E. E. Strohm_ Construction Engineer _ Raleigh 

W. S. Fallis.. Purchasing Agent Raleigh 

C. D. Farmer Mechanical Depot Raleigh 

Homer Peele Auditor Raleigh 

H. K. Witherspoon Engineer in Charge of Publications and 

Statistics Raleigh 

District Engineers 

J. C. Gardner Tarboro 

R. E. Snowden Kinston 

W. F. Morson. _ __ Wilmington 

F. E. Schnepfe Durham 

J. D. Waldrop ". Greensboro 

J. B. Pridgen Charlotte 

C. S. Currier _ Elkin 

H. E. Noell Marion 

W. M. Peyton _._ _ Asheville 



State Government xvii 



State Board of Charities and Public Welfare 
Members of Board 

W. A. Blair, Chairman Winston-Salem 

Rev. W. L. Hutchens Lexington 

A. W. McAlister Greensboro 

Rev. M. L. Kesler . Thomasville 

Mrs. Walter F. Wood ard Wilson 

Mrs. Thomas W. Lingle Davidson 

Mrs. J. W. Pless Marion 

Executive Staff 

Mrs. Kate Burr Johnson Commissioner 

Howard W. Odum Consulting Expert 

Rot M. Brown Bureau of Institutional Supervision 

Harry W. Crane Psycho-Pathologist 

Wiley B. Sanders Child Welfare 

Miss Mary G. Shotwell Child Welfare 

Miss Emeth Tuttle Child Welfare 

Miss Fannie S. Dark __ ____Chief Clerk 

Miss Claire Hodges Librarian and Stenographer 

Mrs. Kathleen Holding Stenographer 

Miss Nell Battle Lewis __ Secretary 

State Child Welfare Commission 
E. C. Brooks Member ex officio, State Superintendent of 

Public Instruction Pitt 

Dr. W. S. Rankin Member ex officio, Secretary State Board of 

Health Cabarru s 

Mrs. Kate Burr Johnson Member ex officio, Commissioner of Public 

Welfare Wake 

E. F. Carter__ Executive Officer Wake 

Miss Pattie G. Hill Stenographer Wake 

D. R. Markham Field Agent Wake 

Adjutant General's Department 

J. Van B. Metts -.Adjutant General New Hanover 

Gordon Smith Assistant Adjutant General Wake 

Miss Anna Cowan Strong Executive Clerk Wake 

J. Frank Mitchell. Clerk Wake 

Gordon Smith United States Property and Disbursing 

Officer Wake 

Charles Barden Clerk Wake 

Miss Lelia M. Dye Clerk Wake 

Beverly" S. Royster, Jr State Property and Disbursing Officer Granville 

JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT 
Justices of the Supreme Court 

Walter Clark .Chief Justice Raleigh Wake 

Platt D. Walker Associate Justice Charlotte Mecklenburg 

William A. Hoke Associate Justice Lincolnton Lincoln 

W. P. Stacy Associate Jusflce Wilmington New Hanover 

W. J. Adams Associate Justice .Carthage Moore 

Officials of the Supreme Court 

Edward C. Seawell Clerk Raleigh. Wake 

Marshall DeL. Haywood Marshal and Librarian Raleigh .Wake 

Robert C. Strong Reporter Raleigh Wake 

Judges of Superior Court 

W. M. Bond Edenton Chowan 

George W. Connor Wilson. Wilson 

John H. Kerr Warrenton Warren 

ii 



XV111 



State Gov e k n m e n t 



F. A. Daniels .Goldsboro __\Vayne 

J. Loyd Hohton Farmville Pitt 

H. A. Grady Clinton Sampson 

Thomas H. Calvert Raloigh IWake 

E. H. Cranmer .-Southport . Brunswick 

N. A. Sinclair Fayetteville Cumberland 

W. A. DeviN Oxford Granville 

H. P. Lane Reidsville .Rockingham 

Thomas J. Shaw Greensboro .Guilford 

A. M. Stack Monroe Union 

W. F. Harding Charlotte Mecklenburg 

B. F. Long Statesville Iredell 

J. L. Webb Shelby Cleveland 

T. B. Finley Wilkesboro Wilkes 

J. Bis Ray- Burnsville Yancey 

P. A. McElhoy Marshall Madison 

T. D. Bryson Bryson City ...Swain 

Solicitors 

W. L. Small Elizabeth City Pasquotank 

Richard G. Allsbrook Tarboro Edgecombe 

Garland E. Midy-ette Jackson Northampton 

C. L. Williams Sanford Lee 

Jesse H. Davis New Bern Craven 

J. A. Powers Kinston Lenoir 

W. F. Evans Raleigh.. Wake 

Woodus Kellum Wilmington New Hanover 

T. A. McNeill. Lumberton Robeson 

L. P. McLendon Durham Durham 

S. P. Graves .Mount Airy Surry 

J. F. Spruill Lexington Davidson 

W. F. D. Phillips Rockingham Richmond 

J. G. Carpenter Gastonia _ .Gaston 

Z. V. Long Statesville ..Iredell 

R. L. Huffman Morganton Burke 

Johnson J. Hay - es North Wilkesboro Wilkes 

J. M. Carson Rutherfordton Rutherford 

J. E. Swain Asheville Buncombe 

G. C. Davis Waynesville Haywood 

COMMISSIONERS OF AFFIDAVITS FOR NORTH CAROLINA 
RESIDENT IN OTHER STATES 



Name 



S. B. Parkinson 

J. L. Bagby 

E. G. Bagley 

D. D. Morrisette... 

Charles Alfred Smith 

Pearce Horse 

Isaac R. Hitt 

William E. Schull 

George H. Corey 

Mrs. Ella F. Braman 

Charles E. A. McCarthy.. 

Thomas J. Hunt 

William T. Shannonhouse 

J. Walter Hosier 

Charles Henry- Hesse 



Address 



Norfolk, Va 

Danville, Va 

Danville, Va 

Virginia Beach, Va 

Norfolk, Va?. 

Washington, D. C 

Washington, D. C 

228 St. Paul St., Baltimore, Md 
59 Wall St., New York, N. Y.... 

New York, N. Y 

New York, N. Y 

Philadelphia, Pa 

Norfolk, Va 

Suffolk, Va 

Baltimore, Md 



Expiration 


of 


Term 


Nov 


2 


1923 


Feb. 


13 


1924 


Mar. 


23 


1924 


Jan. 


17 


1925 


Mar. 


8 


1923 


Jan. 


16 


1924 


Feb. 


10 


1924 


Oct. 


26 


1923 


Oct. 


25 


1923 


Apr. 


18 


1923 


June 


19 


1924 


Nov 


7 


1923 


Jan. 


14 


1924 


May 


2 


1924 


Feb. 


12 


1925 



CONTENTS 



Chapter I — Cotton, Woolen, Silk, and Cordage Mills 
II — Knitting Mills 
III — Furniture Factories 
IV — Tobacco Manufactures 

V — Miscellaneous Factories 
VI — Mines and Mining 
VII — Waterpowers 
VIII — Fisheries and Fishing 
IX — Farm and Farm Labor 

X — Free Employment Service 
XI — Newspapers and Periodicals 
XII — State Printing 
Appendix — Classification of Industries 



CHAPTER I 



COTTON, WOOLEN, SILK, AND CORDAGE MILLS 

In the manufacture of cotton goods North Carolina maintains her 
lead over the other southern states, and ranks second only among all 
the states of the Union. 

This industry ranks first among the State's manufactories in the 
number of wage-earners, the amount paid in salaries and wages, in value 
of products, and in value added by manufacture. 

Cotton manufacturing has experienced a steady growth throughout 
the years for which statistics are available, the value of products having 
increased during the past decade from $52,868,689 in 1912, to $229,- 
670,691 in 1922. 

Capital employed and authorized ten years ago was $52,108,250; for 
1922, $147,493,572. 

The total number of employees engaged in this industry in 1912 was 
54,710; number reported June 30, 1922, 78,972. 

Approximate amount of raw material used in 1912, 328,407,879 
pounds; in 1921-22, 531,768,116 pounds, or 1,063,536 bales of cotton 
weighing 500 pounds per bale. The percentage of increase in the quan- 
tity of raw materials consumed by the industry is found to be relatively 
greater than that of any other state engaged in the manufacture of 
cotton goods. 

The cotton-mill industry of the State has also rapidly expanded in 
machinery equipment, showing a remarkable increase in both spindles 
and looms during the ten-year period for which these comparisons are 
made. The number of spindles employed in 1912 was 3,321,426; in 
1921-22, 5,605,102. Looms in 1912, 58,961; for 1921-22, 74,740. Be- 
cause of their different speeds and their use upon different grades of 
yarn, the number of spindles employed may not be a strictly accurate 
index of the cotton industry, yet it is one of the best standards available, 
and is the most generally accepted measure of progress. 

The spindle increase for Worth Carolina has, for each succeeding year 
since 1912, been greater than in any other state, and establishes beyond 
question the claim that the State has risen to a position of great 
importance in the cotton manufacturing industry. The increase for 
the last biennial period is 350,782. Rate of increase since 1915 is 44 
per cent, being a total increase of 1,724,685. The output of North Caro- 
lina spindles consists of fine yarns in immense quantities, the value of 
which, in proportion to number, exceeds that of any other rival. In the 
value of ticks and denims the State leads the entire country. 

The number of mills represented in these compilations is 383. Of 
this number 352 report $147,493,572 invested and authorized in plant 



Note. — Woolen, Silk, and Cordage summary and statistics follow immediately after Cotton 
Mill statistics. 



North Carolina Industrial Statistics 



operations. The number of spindles reported is 5,605,102 ; looms, 74,740; 
cards, 14,725; and the number of horsepower utilized at regular inter- 
vals was 221,759. The approximate amount of raw material used was 
531,768,116 pounds. Estimated value of yearly output, $229,670,691. 
Adult males employed, 46,324; females, 27,754; children, 4,894. Total 
number employees, 78,972. Estimated number of dependents intimately 
associated with the cotton-mill industry in the capacity of wage-earners 
and their families is 205,055. 

The extent to which an industry gives employment and the amount 
which it pays in wages is a better test of its importance in many 
instances than the capital it requires, the cost of materials, the value of 
products, or even the added value through the process of manufacture. 
The wage-earners in all branches of the textile industry of the State, 
combined, constitute a large army of men, women, and children. The 
number of each class reported for the period covered by this report 
shows a healthy increase over the previous two years, but the wage level 
is lower, due in a measure to the continued business depression which 
appeared during the latter part of 1920. The highest average daily 
wages paid males during the last biennial period is $4.75 — 28 per cent 
decrease; females, $1.87 — 55 per cent decrease. Lowest average for 
males, $1.83 — 37 per cent decrease; females, $1.62 — 34 per cent decrease. 
A large proportion of the mills pay wages weekly, the remainder semi- 
monthly. 

Two hundred and thirty-one establishments report the use of electric 
power; thirty-four employ steam; forty-four use steam and electricity; 
twenty steam and water ; twelve electric and water ; nine steam, water, 
and electric; seventeen generate their power with water, and one with 
water and oil. Fourteen overlooked this item in reporting their activi- 
ties. 

One hundred and twenty-three of the mills reporting employ both 
spindles and looms ; two hundred and thirty-one spin only ; eleven report 
the use of looms only; one reports only carding, and a considerable 
number do bleaching and finishing. 

Statistical data relating to various details of the industry will be found 
in the tabulations following. 



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^North Carolina Industrial Statistics 







Table No. 


1 — Mills oy Counties, Showing Executive Officers, 


No. 


County 


Postoffice 


Mill 


President 


1 


Alamance 

....do 








2 


. do ... 


Consolidated Textile Corpora- 
tion, Hopedale Division 


Props 


3 


....do 


....do 


F. K. Rupprecht 

E C Holt 


4 


....do 


....do 




R. L Holt 


fi 


....do 


. do ... 


E. M. Holt Plaid Mills, Inc. 


Lynn B. Williamson.. 


fi 


....do 


do 


7 


....do 


-..do.— 




E C Holt 


8 


....do 


. do . 


Stevens Manufacturing Co 

Consolidated Textile Corpora- 


E C Holt 


9 


....do 


Elon College 

....do 






....do 


F. K. Rupprecht 


in 


Holt, Gant & Holt Cotton Manu- 




....do... 






ii 




Roger Gant, Manager 

Lynn B. Williamson 

Lynn B. Williamson 

Lynn B. Williamson 


n 


....do 






13 


....do 


....do— 




14 


....do 


....do 




15 


....do 


....do 




Ifi 


....do 


....do.. 




H. W Scott 


17 


....do 

....do 


._..do 


Travora Manufacturing Co 


J. H. White 


18 




W. E. White 


19 


....do 


do 


Holt-Granite-Puritan Mills Co 




30 


....do 






21 


....do 


Swepsonville 




B. W. Baker . 


22 


Alexander 

--..do 




J. B. Hall 


23 


....do 




A L. Watts . 


24 


....do 




Liledoun Manufacturing Co 


J A Miller Jr 


2,5 


...-do„ 


..._do 


J A Miller, Jr. 


2fi 


-..do 


....do 


North State Cotton Mill Co 

Taylorsville Cotton Mill Co. 

Wadesboro Cotton Mills Co 

Bladenboro Cotton Mills, Inc 




27 


....do 


....do 




28 






C M Burns 


29 






H. C. Bridger 

J E Hardm 


30 


Buncombe 

....do 




31 


....do 






32 




Henry River.. 


Henry River Manufacturing Co.— 


M. L. Mauney 

W. A. Erwin 


33 


—do 


34 


....do 




Valdese Manufacturing Co 




35 


Cabarrus 

....do 




Donald M. Hill 


3fi 


do 


Brown Manufacturing Co 




37 


....do 


....do 




38 


-..do. 


....do . 


Cannon Manufacturing Co. 

Franklin Cotton Mills, Inc 

Gibson Manufacturing Co 

Hartsell Mills Co. 




39 


—do.. 


....do 


E T Cannon 


40 


....do— 


....do 


E. C. Barnhardt 


41 


....do 


....do 


W. W. Flowe 


4? 


....do—. 


....do 


Kerr Bleaching and Finishing 
Works, Inc.. 










D. B. Coltrane 



*See Oneida Mills. 



tBranch of Kannapolis. 



JSee Kannapolis plant. 



Cotton Mills 



Date of Establishment, Capital Stock, Selling Agent,- Etc. 



Secretary 

or 
Treasurer 



Capital 
Stock 



Product 

Sold 
Direct or 
Through 
Agents 



Agent's Name 



Lawrence S. Holt, Jr., 
Mgr 



1885 



J. A. Barnwell 

W. L. Holt 

Walter M. Williams. 

Henry M. Holladay. 

J.H.Holt 

Paul Stevens 



1895 
1900 
1884 

1912 
1893 
1920 



210,000 
112,000 
40,000 

312,000 
78,000 
40,000 



H.C. Pollard. 



G. Allen Mebane. 
G. Allen Mebane. 
G. Allen Mebane. 
G. Allen Mebane. 
J. L. Scott, Jr 



W.E.White 

J. H. White 

L. Banks Williamson. 

L. A. Williamson 

W. C. Kirkpatrick.... 

Samuel Turner 

Dewey Watts 

T. H. Miller 



1881 
1902 
1845 
1870 
1875 
1909 



1901 
1912 
1916 
1849 
1894 
1920 
1920 



150,000 
150,000 



1,000,000 
40,000 

60,000 
10,000 
1,500,000 
180,000 
100,000 
350,000 
300,000 



Jas. Watts 

T. H. Miller... 
W. B. Rose.... 
C. O. Bridger. 
M. D. Long... 



1920 
1908 
1890 
1911 

1887 



R.L.Mitchell 

D. W. Aderholdt— 

J. E. Erwin 

F. Gairon 

■ Chas. A. Mies 

F. J. Haywood 

J. G. McEaehern, 

Supt 

G. B. Lewis 

E.G.Bost- 

A. R. Howard 

J. L. Hartsell 



A.G.Odell. 



1902 
1895 
1914 
1915 
1905 

1894 
1887 
1903 
1900 
1906 



1890 



355,664 
185,000 
125,000 
60,400 
269,900 
250,000 

429,000 
589,500 
150,000 
293,800 
119,000 
179,200 

850,000 



375,000 
125,000 



agent. 



direct. 



agent— 
agents. 

direct.. 
agent... 
agent- 



agent . 

agent. 
agent, 
agent. 
agent. 
agent. 
agent- 
agent. 

agent, 
direct- 
agent, 
agent, 
agent., 
both... 



direct . 
direct. 



direct. 
agent- 
direct- 
agent. 



agent— 
comm.. 
agent.. 
both.... 
agent— 
agents. 



agent— 
direct- 
agent— 
agents . 



T. Holt Haywood Dept., New York City. 



Wm. Iselin & Co., New York City 

Wm. Iselin & Co., New York City 

T. Holt Haywood Dept., Frederick Vietor i 
Achelis , New York City 



Wm. Iselin & Co., New York City. 
Wm. Iselin & Co., New York City- 
Converse & Co., New York City.. 



Frederick Vietor & Achelis, New York City 

Converse & Co., New York City 

Fred'k. Vietor & Achelis, New York City 

Fred'k. Vietor & Achelis, New York City 

Fred'k Vietor & Achelis, New York City 

Fred'k. Vietor & Achelis, New York City 

Cone Export and Com. Co., Greensboro and 

New York City 

Buchanan-Walker Co., St. Louis, Mo 



The Farish Co., New York City. 
The Farish Co., New York City. 
Converse & Co., New York City. 



New mill — not running- 



Various 

Forrest Bros., Philadelphia 

Cone Export and Comm. Co., Greensboro and 

New York City.. 

The Farish Co., New York City 



Erwin Yarn Agency, Philadelphia. 



F. U. Stearns & Co., New York City. 
F. Vietor & Achelis, New York City— 



Cannon Mills, Inc., New York City- 
Cannon Mills, Inc., New York City- 



Cannon Mills, Inc., New York City 

Cannon Mills, New York City; L. P. Muller & 
Co., Philadelphia, Pa 



174,000 direct _ 42 



North Carolina Industrial Statistics 



Table No. 1— 



County 



Cabarrus.. 

...do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

Caldwell- 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

—.do 

Catawba.. 

....do 

....do 

— .do 

—do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

Chatham. 
....do 

Chowan. . 



Cleveland. 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

...do. 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

....do 



Postoffice 



Concord 

...do 

...do 

....do 

Kannapolis 

....do 

Mount Pleasant. 
....do 

Granite Falls 

—do 

—do.. 

Hudson 

Lenoir 

....do 

Mortimer 

Patterson 

Rhodhiss 

Valmead 

Whitnel 

Brookford 

Conover 

Hickory.. 

— do 

....do— 

....do... 

Long Island 

Maiden 

....do 

—do 

....do 

—do... 

Newton.. 

....do 

....do 

—do 

—do 

Pittsboro 

Siler City.- 

Edenton... 



Groyer. 

Kings Mountain. 

....do 

. — do 



.do. 
_do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



Mill 



Locke Cotton Mills Co 

Norcott Mills Co 

Roberta Manufacturing Co 

White-Parks Mill Co 

Cabarrus Cotton Mills 

Cannon Manufacturing Co 

Halifax Cotton Mills, Inc., No. 2 

Tuscarora Cotton Mill 

Dudley Shoals Cotton Mill Co... 

Falls Manufacturing Co 

Granite Falls Mfg. Co... 

Hudson Cotton Mfg. Co 

Lenoir Cotton Mills 

Steele Cotton Mill Co .. 

United Mills Co 

Watts Cotton Mill Co... 

Rhodhiss Mills Co.... 

Moore Cotton Mill Co 

Whitnel Cotton Mill Co 

Brookford Mills Co 

Blue Ridge Cotton Mill 

Hickory Spinning Co.. 

Ivey Mill Co 

A. A. Shuford Mill Co.. 

United Mills Co 

Long Island Cotton Mills 

Carolina Cotton Mills 

Center Cotton Mills Co., Inc 

Liberty Spinning Co 

Maiden Cotton Mills 

Union Cotton Mills 

Catawba Cotton Mills 

City Cotton Mills Co.* 

Clyde Mill Co 

Newton Mills Co 

Yount Cotton Mills 

J. M. Odell Mfg. Co.... 

Hadley Peoples Mfg. Co 

Edenton Cotton Mills 



President 



Minnett Mills 

Bonnie Cotton Mills 

Cora Cotton Mills 

Dilling Cotton Mills 

Kings Mountain Mfg. Co._ 

Margrace Mills, Inc 

Mason Cotton Mills Co. ... 

Park Yarn Mills Co 

Patricia Mills 

Pauline Mills 

Phcenix Mills Co 



W. A. Erwin 

C. W. Johnston 

J. F. Goodman 

W. H. Belk 

M. L. Cannon 

C. A. Cannon 

W. A. McCanless.... 
Charles A. Cannon. 

J. D. Elliott 

J. D. Elliott 

G. H. Geitner 

J. O. White 

M. M. Courtney 

R. L. Steele 

J. D. Elliott 

J. W. Watts 

R. C. Moore. 

J. O. White 

G. F. Harper 

C. A. Braman 

J. W. Abernathy 

George N. Hutton.. 

G. H. Geitner 

G. H. Geitner 

Geo. N. Hutton 



W. B. Murray... 
G. L. Whisnant . 
S. L. Whisnant.. 



C. E. Hutchison. 

J. P. Yount 

G. A. Warlick— . 

M. L. Jackson 

John C. Lawson. 

Partnership 

J. A. Odell 

W. G. Sydnor— 
Frank Ward 



C. F. Harry, owner. 

J. S. Mauney 

F. Dilling 

A. G. Myers 

W. A. Mauney 

C. E. Neisler 

J. C. Mason 

R. H. Johnston 

C. E. Neisler 

C. E. Neisler 

E. A. Smith 



*New mill. 



Cotton Mills 



Continued. 



Secretary 

or 
Treasurer 


-d 

CD 

3 

W 
u 

cS 
CD 


Capital 
Stock 


Product 

Sold 
Direct or 
Through 
Agents 


1 

Agent's Name 


No. 


Thos. H.Webb 


1908 
1915 
1915 
1919 
1894 
1887 
1895 
1900 
1906 
1916 
1885 
1904 
1901 
1919 


SI, 181, 600 

192,400 

30,500 

79,000 

850,000 

3,500,000 


agent 

agents 

agents. 

agent 

agents. 

agent 


Joshua L. Baily & Co., Philadelphia, Pa 


43 




Johnston Mills 


44 


W.W.Flowe 


Johnston Mfg. Co., Charlotte, N. C 


45 


E.F.White 


Belk Mills, Utica, N.Y... 


46 






47 




Cannon Mills, Inc., New York City 


48 


N. B. McCanless ... 


HalifaxCotton Mills, Inc., No. 1. 


49 




90,000 
108,300 
200,000 
395,000 
100,000 
375,528 
210,000 
300,000 
200,000 
1,000,000 
117,400 
150,000 
350,000 

78,800 
300,000 
187,280 
300,000 
500,000 

85,000 
346,900 
150,000 
100,000 
131,700 
248,000 

42,000 
175,000 
150,000 
400,000 


agent.. _ 

both 

both 

agent 


Cannon Mills, Inc., New York City. 


50 


D.H.Warlick 


Catlin& Co., Boston, Mass. 


51 


D.H.Warlick 


Catlin& Co., New York City 


5? 






53 




both 

both 


Catlin & Co. , New York City 


54 






55 


T. H. Broyhill 


both 




56 


H. J. Holbrook 






57 


A. E. Watts 


1916 
1920 
1907 
1907 
1917 
1919 
1917 
1903 
1909 
1920 
1890 
1916 
1920 
1921 


agent 

agent... ._ _ 
both 


Schell, Longstreth & Co., Philadelphia, Pa 
Ridley, Watts & Co., New York City.. 


58 


E. C. Marshall 


59 


J. L. Nelson 




60 


J. L. Nelson 


both . 




61 


Paul A. Redmond 

Jno. A. Isenhour 

H. J. Holbrook 


agent 

agent _ 

direct 


A. D. Juilliard & Co., Inc., New York City 
Paulson Linkroum & Co., Mauney Steele Co... 


62 
63 
64 


A. Alex. Shuford 


agent... 

agents _ 

direct 


Converse & Co., New York City— 


65 


A. Alex. Shuford 


Various 


66 


H. J. Holbrook 




67 


Osborne Brown 






68 


B. M. Spratt, Jr 


agents ._ 

agents 

agents.. 

both 


Various. 


69 


S. L. Heffner 

S. L. Heffner 


Wm. Whitman & Co., Boston, and others 
Wm. Whitman & Co., Boston, Mass 


70 
71 


S. L. Heffner.... _ 


Wm. Whitman & Co., Boston, Mass 


79 


C. E. Hutchison ... _ 


1893 
1900 
1920 
1903 
1884 
1917 
1888 
1895 
1898 

1919 
1900 
1900 
1894 
1889 
1920 
1918 
1907 




73 


J. W. Yount 


agents 


Various 


74 


W. B. Gaither 




75 


A. B. Kuhn.. 


direct 




76 


W. T. Busby.— 


agent 

agent-.. .. _ 


Tatum, Pinkham & Grey, New York City 


77 
78 


A. H. London _ 


200,000 

55,800 

450,000 

100,000 
99,000 
500,000 
150,000 
95,000 
400,000 
175,000 
150,000 
200,000 
400,000 
200,000 


agent 




79 


J. C. Gregson 

W. 0. Elliott 


agent-. 

direct and 
comm 


Wm. Whitman Co., Inc., Boston, Mass 


80 
81 




agent _ 

agent ._ 

agent 

both.... 


Tatum, Pinkham & Grey, New York City 
Mauney Steele Co., Philadelphia, Pa 


82 
83 


W. A. Mauney 


0. G. Falls 


Mauney Steele Co., Philadelphia, Pa 


84 


W. S. Dilling 




85 


S. A. Mauney 


agent 

agent 

agent 

agent 

agents 


Mauney Steele, Co 


86 


P. M. Neisler 

O. B. Carpenter 


Jas. F. White & Co., Inc., New York City 
Various 


87 
88 


J. L. Spencer 


Johnston Mills Co., Charlotte, N C 


89 


P. M. Neisler... 




90 


P. M. Neisler 


1910 
1917 


agent 

agent 


Jas. F. White & Co., New York City 


91 


H. C. Dwelle.... 


Wilson & Bradbury, New York City and 
Philadelphia, Pa ._ 






92 



North Carolina Industrial Statistics 



Table No. 1 — 



County 



Cleveland. 

...do 

...do - 

...do 

...do 

...do 



...do. 
...do. 
...do. 



...do 

Cumberland. 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

Davidson — 

....do 

...do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

Davie 

Durham 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do.. - 



...do. 



....do 

Edgecombe. 

....do 

Forsyth 

....do 

Franklin 

Gaston 

..._do 

....do 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



Postomce 



Kings Mountain. 

Lawndale 

Shelby 

Shelby, R. F. D.. 
Shelby 



.do. 

.do. 

.do. 
.do. 



...do 

Cumberland... 
Fayetteville... 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

Hope Mills 

Lexington 

...do 

...do 

....do 

Thomas ville— 

..._do 

Cooleemee 

Durham 

....do 

....do 

East Durham- 
West Durham. 

..._do 



Mill 



L. A. Kiser 

John F. Schenck, Sr. 
J. J. McMurry 

B. H. Parker 

C. C. Blanton 



Sadie Cotton Mills 

Cleveland Mill and Power Co. 

Belmont Cotton Mill Co 

Buffalo Mills, Inc 

Catherine Mill Co 

Consolidated Textile Corp. 

(Ella Division) 

Double Shoals Mfg. Co j D. D. Wilkins... 

Eastside Mfg. Co J. R. Dover 

Lily Mill and Power Co I John F. Schenck, Sr. 



President 



Shelby Cotton Mills. 

Corley Mills, Inc 

Cape Fear Cotton Mills Co.* 

Holt-Williamson Mfg. Co 

Puritan Mills Co 

Tolar,Hart& Holt Mills 

Victory M anuf acturing Co 

Rockfish Mills, Inc 

Dacotah Cotton Mills, Inc 

Erlanger Cotton Mills Co 

Nokomis Cotton Mills 

Wennonah Cotton Mills Co 

Amazon Cotton Mills 

Jewel Cotton Mills 

Erwin Cotton Mills Co., No. 31 

Golden Belt Mfg. Co 

Lawrence Cotton Milll 

Pearl Cotton Mills 

Durham Cotton Mfg. Co 

The Erwin Cotton Mills Co., No. 1 

Mill 

TheErwinCottonMillsCo., No. 4 

Mill 

Laura Cotton Mills 

Fountain Cotton Mills 

Hart Cotton Mills... 



RoxboroU 

.Tarboro 

..'..do 

Winston-Salem I AristaMillsCo 

do l Inverness Mills Co 

Franklinton Sterling Cotton Mills 

Belmont I Acme Spinning Co... 

do ! Chronicle Mills 



Chas. C. Blanton. 
Clifton Corley 



E. H. Williamson.. 

F. L. Williamson.. 

J. R.Tolar 

Robert Lassiter 

D. J. Rose 

C.A.Hunt.Jr 

Milton S. Erlanger. 

C.A.Hunt 

W.E.Holt 

Chas. G.Hill 

C. W. Johnston 

B.N. Duke 

G.W.Hundley-... 

C. I. Jones 

W. A. Erwin _. 

W. A. Erwin 



B. N. Duke. 



Climax Spinning Co 

Crescent Spinning Co 

Eagle Yarn Mills§ 

Imperial Yarn Mills 

do I Linford Mills, Inc. ft 

do I Majestic Mfg. Co 

do I National Yarn Mills, Inc. 

do I Perfection Spinning Co.** 



B.N. Duke 

J. A. Long 

W.A.Hart 

W.A.Hart 

A. H.Bahnson 

M.P.Orr 

S.C. Vann 

A. C. Lineberger.. 
A. C. Lineberger. 
A. C. Lineberger. 
A. C. Lineberger. 

W. B.Puett 

A. C. Lineberger. 
A. C. Lineberger. 
A. C. Lineberger. 
A. C. Lineberger. 
A. C. Lineberger. 



♦Office at St. Pauls. fBranch of West Durham. IfMill in Durham County. 

{Not in operation within past 18 months; reorganized as Morven Cotton Mill. 

§Mill organized, but not built. ffMill now under construction. "Mill just starting. 



Cotton Mills 



Continued. 



Secretary 

or 
Treasurer 



Capital 
Stock 



Product 

Sold 
Direct or 
Through 
Agents 



Agent's Name 



D. C. Mauney 

John F. Schenck, Jr. 

A. W. McMurry 

George R. Spencer... 
H. L. Toms 



1919 
1903 
1907 
1921 
1917 



A. W. McMurry 

Fred R. Morgan 

Jno. F. Schenck, Jr. 



J. C. Smith 

W. E. DuPre 

J. M. Butler 

A. A. McEachern 

L.Banks Williamson _ 

Minnie Hamlet 

A. E. Ritch 

R. L. Huffines 

W. H. Mendenhall... 
Geo. W. Mountcastle. 

Jno. T. Lowe 

J. V. Moffitt 

R. C. Rapp 

John Tillett 

W. A. Erwin 

C. A. Moore 



1919 
1919 
1904 

1899 
1919 
1920 
189S 
1917 
1899 
1906 
1916 
1909 
1914 
1900 
1883 
1909 
1908 



J. Harper Erwin. 
J. Harper Erwin. 

W. A. Erwin 



1899 
1919 
1893 
1884 



W. A. Erwin 

R. L. Harris 

Harry Smith 

Harry Smith 

Ned B. Smith 

G. W. Orr 

A. H. Vann 

R. B. Suggs 

R. L. Stowe 

S. P. Stowe 

George W. Stowe. 
J. W. Stowe....... 

R. L. Stowe 

J. E. Ford 

S. P. Stowe 

R. L.. Stowe 

D. P. Stowe 



1892 
1906 
1889 
1916 
1903 
1910 
1895 
1919 
1901 
1916 
1919 
1920 
1907 
1920 
1907 
1914 
1920 



51,500,000 
100,000 
60,000 
62,000 
35,000 



100,000 
400,000 
135,000 

150,000 
475,000 



200,000 
600,000 
414,000 
225,000 
972,000 
187,300 
600,000 
190,000 
100.000 
525,000 
160,200 



1,500,000 
200,000 
175,000 
450,000 



4,000, 

65, 

257, 

1,000, 
325, 
164, 
700, 

1,000, 
250, 
900, 
600, 
800, 
400, 
600, 
400, 
606, 
600, 



both... 

agent., 
agents. 
both... 
agent.- 



Mauney Steele Co., Philadelphia, Pa., 

Jas. E. Reynolds 

Various 



agent. 
both.. 
agent . 
both.. 



Wilson & Bradbury, New York City. 
Converse & Co., New York City 



both 

agent 

both 

commission 

agents 

agent 

agents 

direct 

agent 



Wilson & Bradbury, New York City 

Catlin&Co., New York City, Stevens Yarn Co. 

Inc., New York City 

Farish & Co., New York City 

The Riddle Co., Philadelphia, Pa 



The Farish Co., New York City 

Tolar & Hart, New York City ___. 

Hunter Mfg. and Com. Co., New York City. 



Cone Export and Com. Co., New York City... 



agent, 
agent, 
agent. 
agent. 
agent. 
direct. 
both.. 
agent- 
agent. 

agent. 



Hunter Mfg. and Com. Co., New York City. 

T. Holt Haywood Dept., New York City 

Cannon Mills, Inc., Philadelphia, Pa 

Johnston Mills Co., Charlotte, N. C 

Joshua L. Baily & Co., Philadelphia, Pa 



agent.-, 
agents.. 
agent... 
brokers 
agent.. 
agent — 
direct-- 



Joshua L. Baily & Co., Philadelphia, Pa. 
Joshua L. Baily & Co., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Joshua L. Baily & Co., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Joshua L. Baily & Co., Philadelphia, Pa. 



Leslie, Evans & Co., New York City. 



T. Holt Haywood Dept., New York City.... 
Woodward, Baldwin & Co., New York City. 



both.. 
direct- 
direct _ 



both- 



both, 
both. 



10 



North Carolina Industrial Statistics 



Table No. 1— 



County 



Postoffice 



Mill 



President 



Gaston I Belmont. 

....do 

....do 

....do 



.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do. 

.do 

.do 



..do. 
..do. 
..do. 
..do. 

..do. 



.do... 
.do... 
.do... 
.do... 
.do... 
.do— 
.do... 
-do— 
.do— 
.do— 
.do— 
.do— 
.do— 
.do— 
.do— 
.do— 



...do 

Bessemer City. 
...do 



...do 

...do 

...do 

Cherryville.. 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

....do 

...do 

Cramerton.. 

Gastonia 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do.. 

...do 

...do... 

...do. 



.do., 
.do.. 
.do. 
.do. 

.do. 

.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
-do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



Sterling Spinning Co 

Stowe Spinning Co.* 

American Cotton Mills, Inc.... 
Gambrill & Melville Mills Co. 



George Cotton Millt 

McLean Manufacturing Co.. 

Osage Manufacturing Co 

Carlton Yarn Mills, Inc.t--- 

Cherryville Mfg. Co ( 

Gaston Mfg. Co 

Howell Mfg. Co.... 

Melville Mfg. Co... 

Rhyne-Hauser Mfg. Co 

Vivian Spinning Co., Inc 

Mays Mills, Inc 

Arlington Cotton Mills 

Arkray Mills, Inc.*... 

Armstrong Cotton Mills Co. 

Arrow Mills, Inc 

Avon Mills... 

Champion Cotton Mill* 

Clara Manufacturing Co 

Dixon Mills, Inc.. 

Dunn Mfg. Co 

Flint Mfg. Co 

Gastonia Cotton Mfg. Co... 



R. L. Stowe.. 
S. P. Stowe.. 
F. Goldberg.. 
M. Gambrill. 



Gray Manufacturing Co 

Groves Mills, Inc 

Hanover Thread Mills, Inc 

High Shoals Cotton Mills Co.. 



Jenckes Spinning Co. (Loray 
Div.) 

Mildred Cotton Mills Co.* 

Modena Cotton Mills... 

Monarch Cotton Mills Co 

Morowebb Cotton Mills Co 

Mountain View Mill, Inc 

Mutual Cotton Mill Co... 

Myers Mills, Inc 

Myrtle Mills, Inc 

Osceola Mills, Inc 

Ozark Mills 

Parkdale Mills, Inc 

Piedmont Spinning Mills 

Pinkney Mills, Inc. 

Priscilla Spinning Co.* 

Rankin Mills, Inc.. 

Ranlo Manufacturing Co 



A. A. McLean 

R. B. Pitts 

L. L. Self 

D. E. Rhyne 

J. H. Hull 

D. E. Rhyne 

R. C. McLean 

D. E. Rhyne 

John J. George 

Stuart W. Cramer. 
J. Lee Robinson... 

L. L. Jenkins 

C. C. Armstrong.. 
J. Lee Robinson... 

J. C. Rankin 

C. C. Armstrong.. 
C. C. Armstrong.. 

J. K. Dixon 

C. C. Armstrong.. 

L. L. Jenkins 

James L. Love 



L. L. Jenkins.. 
H. H. Groves. 
W. T. Rankin. 
A. G. Myers... 



A. A. Jenckes 

C. C. Armstrong. 
Jno. C. Rankin... 
C. C. Armstrong. 
F. H. Robinson... 
W. T. Rankin, Jr. 
C. C. Armstrong. 

A. G. Myers 

J. L. Gray 

W. T. Rankin 

Frost Torrence 

J. Lee Robinson.. 
C. C. Armstrong.. 

R. G. Rankin 

J. H. Mayes 

Henry Rankin 

Jno. C. Rankin... 



'Under construction. fNot running. 



Cotton Mills 



11 



Continued. 



Secretary 

or 
Treasurer 


"o3 

03 
0J 


Capital 

Stock 


Product 

Sold 
Direct or 
Through 
.Agents 


Agent's Name 


No. 


S P St owe 


1919 
1920 
1920 

1915 
1919 
1908 
1909 
1922 
1892 
1896 
1907 
1907 
1920 
1910 
1907 
1900 
1922 
1913 
1918 
1896 
1922 
1907 
1920 
1908 
1907 
1889 

1905 
1916 
1917 
1920 

1919 
1922 
1897 
1907 
1904 
1918 
1916 
1919 
1918 
1916 
1899 
1916 
1907 
1916 
1920 
1919 
1917 


$ 800,000 

1,800,000 

410,000 

200,000 
125,000 
175,500 
350,000 
200,000 
200,000 
250,000 
250,000 
250,000 
500,000 
87,600 

2,000,000 
350,000 

1,500,000 
225,000 
300,000 
200,000 
600,000 
400,000 
300,000 
300,000 
720,000 
200,000 

350,000 

250,000 

110,000 

1,200,000 






139 


F R Fox 






140 


R. Goldberg 


both 

both 


Brander Com. Co., New York City 


141 


Mary T. Gambrill, 


Tatum , Pinkham & Grey, New York City 


149 




143 




both 

agent 


Brander Com. Co,. New York City 


144 






145 


C.A.Rudisill 




146 


W.B.Rhyne. 

D.P. McClurd 


both 




147 


agent 

both 


The Farish Co. , New York City 


148 


W.B.Rhyne 




149 






150 


A. H. Huss 


agents 

both 




151 






152 


H. L. Moore 


agent 

both 


Jos.E. Mitchell Co., Phila. and Boston 


153 


J. H. Separk . 




154 








155 








156 








157 




agents 


Lowell Yarn Co., Philadelphia, Pa 


158 






159 








160 




agents 

agent 

both. 


Various 


161 


A. K. Winget 


Gastonia Cotton Yarn Co., Philadelphia, Pa... 


16° 




163 


J. S. Love 


both 


Lowell Yarn Co., New York City; The Farish 
Co., NewYorkCity 








164 






165 




both ._ 




166 


Geo. E. Marvin _ 

A. K. Winget 


agent 

agent 


Gastonia CottonYarn Co., Philadelphia, Pa 
Wilson & Bradbury, New York City and 
Philadelphia, Pa 


167 




168 






169 




800,000 
180,000 
400,000 
100,000 
105,000 
160,000 
500,000 
500,000 
200,000 
200,000 
500,000 
125,000 
475,000 
1,000,000 
250,000 
400,000 






170 


W. T. Love 


agent 


Chas. J. Webb Sons & Co., Philadelphia, Pa... 


171 


A. K. Winget 


17 9 


J. D. Moore... 


both 

agent 




173 


Geo. E. Marvin 


Gastonia Cotton Yarn Co., Philadelphia, Pa... 


174 
175 


J. L. Bush 


both 




176 






177 


Geo. E. Marvin 

C. K. Torrence 


agent 

agents 


Gastonia Cotton Yarn Co., Philadelphia, Pa... 
Lowell Yarn Co., Philadelphia, Pa.. 


178 
179 






180 








181 




agents 




IS 9 






183 




agent 

direct _ 


Carolina Yarn Corp., Philadelphia, Pa 


184 


W. T. Love 


185 



12 



North Carolina Industrial Statistics 



Table No. 1- 



County 



Postoffice 



President 



Gaston. 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do— 
—do... 
...do... 
...do... 
— do... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 



....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

_._.do 

....do 

....do 

Granville. 

GuilforcL. 



..._do_ 
_.._do- 
..._do. 

....do. 
....do. 



...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

Halifax 

....do 

...do 

....do 

Harnett 

Henderson 

Hoke 

Iredell 

....do 

....do 



.do 



.do. 



Gastonia 

...do 

...do 

....do... 

...do 

...do 

...do 

....do 

....do.. 

Lowell 

....do 

...do 

....do 

McAdenville . 



Mount Holly. 

...do— 

—do 

— do. 

...do 

...do 

Stanley 

....do 

Worth 

Oxford 

Gibsonville... 



. — do 

Greensboro. 
....do. 



.do. 
.do. 



High Point. 

_...do 

— _do 

Jamestown 

Roanoke Rapids. 

....do 

Rosemary 

Weldon 

Duke 

Tuxedo _ 

Raeford 

Mooresville 

....do 

Statesville 

....do 



Rex Spinning Co 

Ridge Mills, Inc 

Ruby Cotton Mills, Inc 

Seminole Cotton Mills Co.. 

Shuford Mills, Inc.*' 

A. M. Smyre Mfg. Co 

Spencer Mountain Mills 

Trenton Cotton Mills 

Victory Yarn Mills Co 

The Atherton Mills 

Dorothy Mfg. Co 

Lowell Cotton Mills 

Peerless Manufacturing Co. 
McAden Mills 



Adrian Mfg. Co.f 

Alsace Mfg. Co.t - 

Globe Yarn Mills, Inc 

Nims Manufacturing Co.f 

Tuckaseege Manufacturing Co. 

Woodlawn Mfg. Co.f 

Catawba Spinning Co 

Lola Manufacturing Co._ 

Harden Mfg. Co 

Oxford Cotton Mills _ 

Gem Cotton Mills 



Minneola Mfg. Co... 

Pomona Mills 

Proximity Mfg. Co. 



Revolution Cotton Mills. 
White Oak Cotton Mills.. 



Cloverdale Cotton Mills 

Highland Cotton Mills 

Pickett Cotton Mills, Inc. .. 

Oakdale Cotton Mills 

Roanoke Mills Co 

Rosemary Mfg. Co 

Patterson Mills Co 

Weldon Cotton Mfg. Co 

The Erwin Cotton Mills Co. 

Green River Mfg. Co 

Raeford Cotton Mills Co.... 

Dixie Cotton >Iill Co 

Mooresville Cotton Mills 

Bloomfield Mfg. Co 

Paola Cotton Mills, Inc 



J. H. Mayes 

R. G. Rankin 

Jas. A. Page 

C. C. Armstrong. 

W. T. Rankin 

J. Lee Robinson. 
Jno. C. Rankin... 

Colton Jones 

C. C. Armstrong. 
Jno. C. Rankin.. 
Jno. C. Rankin... 
Jno. C. Rankin.. 
Jno. C. Rankin.. 
H. M. McAden.... 



Milton Ensor, Supt 

C. E. Hutchison 

Jno. C. Rankin 

J. F. Outen, Supt 

H. A. Rhyne 

R. E. Starnes, Supt _. 

John C. Rankin 

John C. Rankin 

W. T. Love 

W. A. Erwin 

LawTence S. Holt & Sons, 
Props. 

C. M. Guggenheimer 

J. E. Latham 

Bernard M. Cone 



E. Sternberger 

Bernard M. Cone. 



J. H. Adams 

J. H. Adams.. 

F. M. Pickett 

William G. Ragsdale. 

W. S. Parker 

S. F. Patterson 

J. A. Moore 

W. T. Shaw 

B. N. Duke 

S. B. Tanner 

Claude Gore. 

E. W. Brawley 

J. E. Sherrill 

N. B. Mills 

D. M. Ausley _ 



do _ The Statesville Cotton Mills ! Wm. Wallace. 



♦Mill organized, but not built. tBranch American Yarn and Processing Co. 



Cotton Mills 



13 



Continued. 



Secretary 

or 
Treasurer 



W. M. Boyce 

L. S. Rankin 

D. M. Jones 

A. K. Winget.-.. 
Geo. E. Marvin.. 

Fred Smyre 

W. T. Love 

J. K. Dixon 

A. K. Winget.... 
C. M. Robinson. 
C. M. Robinson. 
S. M. Robinson. 
S. M. Robinson- 
Robert R. Ray.. 



J. M. Hatch... 
J.W.Holland- 



W.W.Glenn. 



R.F.Craig 

A.C.Taylor 

S. A. Robinson. 
R. J. Lewis, Jr._ 



J. R. Young.. 
C. W. Causey. 
J. E. Hardin. 



S. Sternberger. 
J. E. Hardin__. 



H. F. Hunsucker-.. 
H. F. Hunsucker... 

R.H.Walker 

O. M. Bundy 

S. F. Patterson 

E. W. Behman 

A. L. Taylor 

W. A. Pierce 

W. A. Erwin 

F. D. Bell 

C. W. Seate 

Roy K. McNeely... 
Geo. C. Goodman. 

L. N. Mills.. 

A. L. Mills 



1915 
1919 
1919 
1915 
1922 
1917 
1895 
1894 
1919 
1892 
1912 
1900 
1906 
1882 

1916 



F. B. Bunch. 



1919 
1891 
1883 
1905 
1918 
1918 
1887 
1900 

1905 
1881 
1909 
1895 

1899 
1905 

1920 
1913 
1911 
1866 
1895 
1900 
1910 
1899 
1892 
1907 
1920 
1906 
1893 
1903 



Capital 
Stock 



831,300 
300,000 
150,000 
500,000 
300,000 
250,000 
100,000 
187,200 
875,000 
175,000 
37, 100 
200,000 
300,000 
400,000 

225,000 



250,000 
100,000 
150,000 
125,000 
400,000 
300,000 
75,000 
175,000 



200,000 
873,200 
500,000 

300,000 
500,000 

50,000 
250,000 
203,700 
200,000 

4,250,000 

4,880,000 
661,000 
100,000 

4,000,000 
100,000 
434,200 
200,000 

1,500,000 
106,900 
117,100 

185,000 



Produc t 

Sold 

Direct or 

Through 

Agents 



agent, 
agent, 
both.. 



direct- 
agent, 
both.. 



agent-, 
agent... 
agents. 
both... 
agents- 



direct. 



direct- 
both— 
direct- 
direct— 
both— 
both.... 
agent... 
agent-. . 

direct- 
agent— 
agent- 
agent... 

agent- 
agent— 

direct- 
direct— 
agent— 
both... - 
comm. . 
agent- 
agent— 
agent- 
agent.- 
both.... 
both.... 
agent- 
agent... 
agent... 
agents.. 

both.... 



Agent's Name 



Textile Yarn Agency 

Carolina Yarn Corp., Philadelphia, Pa. 
Various 



Clarence Whitman & Son, Inc., New York City 
Various 



Lowell Yarn Co., Philadelphia, Pa 

Lowell Yarn Co., Philadelphia, Pa 

Lowell Yarn Co., Philadelphia, Pa 

Lowell Yarn Co., Philadelphia, Pa 

Cone Export and Comm. Co., New York City. 
L. P. Muller& Co., Philadelphia, Pa 



Lowell Yarn Co., Philadelphia, Pa 

Tillinghast-Stiles Co., Providence, R. I 

Erwin Yarn Agency, Inc., Philadelphia, Pa 



Cone Export and Comm. Co., New York City. 
Hunter Mfg. and Comm. Co., New York City — 
Cone Export and Comm. Co., Greensboro and 

New York City 

Cone Export and Comm. Co., New York City. 
Cone Export and Comm. Co., Greensboro and 

New York 



Cannon Mills, New York City 

Various 

Jas. L. Wilson & Co., Philadelphia, Pa 

Jas. L. Wilson & Co., New York City and Phila. 
American Bleached Goods Co., New York City. 

Wm. H. Shelp & Co., New York City 

Joshua L. Baily & Co., New York City 



Wm. Whitman Co., Inc., Boston, Mass. 

Hunter Mfg. and Comm. Co., New York City. 

Cannon Mills, Inc., Philadelphia, Pa... 

Cannon Mills, Inc., Philadelphia, Pa.; Franklin 
D'Olier & Co., Philadelphia, Pa 



14 



Worth Carolina Industrial Statistics 



Table No. 1— 



County 



Postoffice 



Mill 



President 



Iredell 

Johnston. 

...do 

....do 

....do 

...do 

....do 

Lee 

Lenoir 

...do 

Lincoln... 

....do 

...do 

....do 

....do 



.do. 
.do. 



...do. 

.—do 

...do 

...do 



...do. 

...do 

...do 

...do 

McDowell. 

...do 

...do 

Madison... 



Mecklenburg. 
...do 



....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
— .do. 
....do. 
....do. 
..-.do. 
..-do. 
....do. 
....do. 
_...do_ 
-___do- 
..-do. 



Turnersburg. 

Clayton 

...do 

Selma 

...do 

...do 

Smithfield.... 

Sanford 

Kinston. 

...do 

Lincolnton... 

.-_do 

...do 

...do 

...do 



...do. 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

Southside. 
Stanley! .. 

Marion 

...do. 

...do 

Marshall... 



Charlotte. 
...do 



...do. 

...do 

...do 

...do... 

...do 

...do 

...do.. 

...do 

..-do 

North Charlotte. 

...do.. 

Cornelius 

...do 

Davidson 

Huntersville 



Laura Ellen Watts Cotton Mill Co 

The Clayton Cotton Mills 

Liberty Cotton Mill Co 

Eastern Manufacturing Co 

Ethel Cotton Mill Co 

Mobile Cotton Mills, Selma Div.. 

Ivanhoe Mfg. Co 

Sanford Cotton Mills _ 

Caswell Cotton Mills, Inc 

Kinston Cotton Mills 

Anderson Mills, Inc 

Boger & Crawford Spinning Mill. 

Elm Grove Cotton Mill* 

Eureka Mfg. Co., Inc 

Indian Creek Mills, Inc 



Laboratory Cotton Mills 

Long Shoal Cotton Mills... 
Melville Mfg. Co., No. 2f--. 
Roseland Cotton Mills Co... 

John Rudisill Mfg. Co 

Saxony Spinning Co 

Wampum Cotton Mills, Inc. 

Williams Cotton Mill 

Lincoln Cotton Mills 

Alba Manufacturing Co 

Clinchfield Mfg. Co 

Cross Cotton Mills Co 

Marion Manufacturing Co... 
Capitola Mfg. Co 



Barnhardt Mfg. Co. 
Belbro Mills, Inc 



Chadwick-Hoskins Co 

Elizabeth Mills Co 

Fidelity Mfg. Co 

Highland Park Mfg. Co 

Holly Mfg. Co 

Magnolia Mills. 

Robinson Spinning Co 

Savona Mfg. Co 

Southern Textile Banding Mill. 

Johnston Mfg. Co 

Mecklenburg Mills Co 

Cornelius Cotton Mill 

Gem Yarn Mills Co 

Delburg-Linden Co 

Anchor Mills 



J. A. Watts 

Charles W. Home.. 
Chas. W. Home... 
C. W. Johnston... 
C. W. Johnston. .. 
Alvin Hunsucker.. 

B. B. Adams 

J. C. Watkins 

F. C. Dunn 

J. F. Taylor 

E. O. Anderson 

Robert C. Boger. 

R. S. Reinhardt 

Jno. C. Rankin 

D.P.Rhodes 



E. Rhyne, owner. 
S. Mauney 



L. Goode, owner. 
. H. Cline 

Frank Love 

M. Robinson 

. C. Williams 

, E. Rhyne, Prop.. 

C. Rankin 

. D. Little 

. E. Hudgins. 

W. Baldwin 

Q. Kale 



Dr. C. A. Misenheimer 

G. H. Brockenbrough, Jr. 



B. B. 
S. M. 
A. P. 

C. P. 
A. P. 
A. C. 
John 
C. C. 
G. F. 
C. W. 
J. D. 
F. C. 
F. C. 
Dr. J. 
C. W. 



Gossett 

Robinson 

Rhyne 

Johnston 

Rhyne 

Summerville, Prop. 

C. Rankin 

Lima 

Roberts, owner 

Johnston 

Norwood 

Sherrill 

Sherrill 

P. Munroe 

Johnston 



*Idle. fUnder construction. {Mill in Lincoln County. 



Cotton Mills 



15 



Continued. 



Secretary 

or 
Treasurer 



Capital 

Stock 



Product 

Sold 
Direct or 
Through 
Agents 



Agent's Name 



A. E. Watts 

Chas. G. Gulley- 

D. L. Barbour 

G. F. Lattimore.. 
G. F. Lattimore.. 
W. E. Thatcher. . 
J. J. Broadhurst. 

J. R. Jones 

W. D. LaRoque- 
T. V. Moseley.— 

Thome Clark 

Alfred Crawford- 
R. S. Reinhardt- 
J. L. Lineberger.. 
Paul Rhodes 



D. H. Mauney. 
J. O. Shuford- 



J. O. Shuford 

J. Frank Love 

J. L. Lineberger... 

J. O. Allen 

C.S. Little, Mgr.. 

R. F. Craig 

W. L. Morris 

Eugene Cross 

Sam L. Copeland. 
J. A. Anthony 



1920 
1900 
1907 
1920 
1909 
1904 
1909 
1899 
1908 
1898 
1919 
1918 
1890 
1907 
1898 



1896 



5 125,000 
159,900 
97,900 
500,000 
150,000 
2,000,000 
500,000 
299,400 
300,000 
332,000 
189,000 
500,000 
100,000 
100,000 
125,000 

200,000 
300,000 



both... 

agents, 
agent- 
agent.. 
agent- 
direct— 
agent., 
agent-, 
direct.. 
direct.. 
agent- 
direct— 



Various. 

Franklin D'Olier & Co., Philadelphia, Pa._ 

Johnston Mills Co., Charlotte, N. C 

Johnston Mills Co., Charlotte, N. C 



Catlin & Co., New York City 

Hunter Mfg. and Comm. Co., New York City. 
P. L. Gilkey, 620 LaFayette Bldg., Phila., Pa.— 



Hunter Mfg. and Comm. Co., New York City.. 



agent- 
agents. 



Lowell Yarn Co., Inc., Philadelphia, Pa 

Hyde-Rakestraw Co., Phila., Pa.; Mauney 
Steele Co., Phila., Pa 



commission, 
agent 



Mauney Steele Co., Philadelphia, Pa.. 



Thos. M. Barnhardt.. 
G. H. Brockenbrough 

Sr 

E.C.Dwelle 

C. M. Robinson 

J. M. Archer 

J. L. Spencer 

Wm. Anderson, Treas. 



1919 
1901 
1910 
1903 
1918 
1896 
1919 
1914 
1916 
1909 
1903 

1900 

1918 
1908 
1917 
1893 
1891 



100,000 

31,800 

150,000 

522,500 

60,000 



both... 

agents, 
both... 
agent- 



Johnston Mills Co., Charlotte, N. C 



Lowell Yarn Co., Inc., Philadelphia, Pa. 



S. M. Robinson.. 
E. H. Lockwood. 



Mrs. Rosa J. Stokes... 

W.T. Busby 

P.A.Stough 

Joe A. Sherrill 

J.Lee Sloan 

J. L. Spencer 



1900 
1918 
1908 
1922 
1913 
1902 
1888 
1906 
1921 



60,000 

1,199,000 

313,200 

625,000 

64,500 

150,000 

60,600 

3,800,000 

225,000 

34,500 
645, 100 
400,000 
123,000 

96,000 
500,000 



both 

both _.. 

agent. 

direct 

agent 

direct and 

comm 

direct 



Geo. B. Chadwick, Providence, R. I.. 

Lowell Yarn Co., Philadelphia, Pa 

Leslie, Evans & Co., New York City. 



Leslie, Evans & Co., New York City. 



comm. 
agent.. 
both... 
agent., 
agent.. 



Turner-Halsey Co., New York City 

Lowell Yarn Co., Philadelphia, Pa 

Liberty Textile Corp., New York City. 
F. Vietor & Achelis, New York City... 



625,000 
525,000 

48,600 
154,700 
240,000 

84,000 



both... 
agents, 
agents. 
both... 
agent— 
both.... 
agent- 
agents, 
both..., 
both... 



Lowell Yarn Co., Philadelphia, Pa 

Bacon & Co., New York City 

Textile Mill and Charlotte Supply Co.— 

Johnston Mills Co., Charlotte, N.C 

Turner-Halsey Co., New York City 

T. Holt Haywood Dept., New York City- 
Various 



Frederick Vietor & Achelis, New York City 



16 



Xorth Carolina Industrial Statistics 



Table No. 1— 



County 



Mecklenburg . 



____do 

Montgomery... 

....do 

....do 

Moore. 

....do... 

Nash 

New Hanover. 



...do... 
Orange. 
....do... 



Pasquotank. 

Person 

...do 

Pitt 

Randolph 

...do 

...do 

....do 

...do 

...do 



...do 

...do 

Richmond... 

___do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do.. 

...do 

....do 

Robeson 

...do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 



....do 

Rockingham. 

...do 

...do 

....do 

....do 



Post office 



Paw Creek. 



Pineville _ 

Biscoe 

Troy 

...do... 

High Falls.... 

Vass 

Rocky Mount . 
Wilmington... 



Mill 



...do 

Hillsboro. 
...do 



Elizabeth City 

Roxboro. 

....do 

Greenville 

Ashboro 

Coleridge 

Franklinville 

...do 

Ramseur 

Randleman, R.F.D. 

No. 2. 

Randleman 

Worthville 

Rockingham 

...do 

...do 

....do 

....do 

....do.. 

....do 

...do 

Lumberton 

....do 



....do. 

....do 

Red Springs. 

St. Pauls 

....do 



...do 

Draper 

...do 

Leaksville . 
Mayodan.. 



Reidsville. 



The Thrift Mfg. Co. 



Chadwick-Hoskins Co.* 

Aileen Mills, Inc 

Rhyne-Anderson Mills 

The Smitherman Cotton Mills 

High Falls Mfg. Co..... 

Vass Cotton Mill Co 

Rocky Mount Mills 

Bellwill Cotton Mills 



Delgado Mills 

Belle-Vue Mfg. Co. 
Eno Cotton Mills.. 



Elizabeth City Cotton Mills.. 

Longhurst Millsf 

Roxboro Cotton Mills 

Greenville Cotton Mills, Inc.. 

Sapona Cotton Mills, Inc 

Enterprise Mfg. Co 

Franklinville Mfg. Co. 

Randolph Mfg. Co 

Columbia Mfg. Co 



Central Falls Mills, Inc 

Deep River Mills, Inc 

Riverside Mills, Inc 

Entwistle Mfg. Co 

Great Falls Mfg. Co 

Hannah Pickett Mills 

Leak, Wall & McRae, Inc 

Ledbetter Mfg. Co 

Pee Dee Mfg. Co 

Roberdel Manufacturing Co 

Steele's Mills 

Dresden Cotton Mills, Inc 

Jennings Cotton Mills, Inc 

Lumberton Cotton Mills 

National Cotton Mills, Inc... 

Red Springs Cotton Mill Co 

Ernaldson Cotton Mill Co 

The McEachern Cotton Mill Co., 

Inc 

St. Pauls Cotton Mill Co 

Draper American Mill 

Wearwell Sheeting Mill 

Wearwell Bedspread Mill Dept 

Washington Mills (Mayodan 

Plant) 

Edna Cotton Mills.. 



President 



W. C. Wilkinson. 



Jno. C. Rankin 

E. O. Anderson 

Mrs. S. J. Smitherman. 
Waldo Woody 

A. Cameron 

B. Cameron 

John D. Bellamy 



Robert R. Bellamy. 

S. Strudwick... 

J. C. Webb. 



Charles H. Robinson. 

J. A. Long 

J. A. Long 

J. G. Moye.. 

D. B. McCrary 

R. L. Caveness 

W. S. Russell 

W. S. Russell. 

E. C. \tatkins 



J. C. Watkins.. 

J. S. Lewis 

Wm. Entwistle. 
D. L. Gore 



F. W. Leak 

H. D. Ledbetter... 
Geo. P. Entwistle. 

T. C. Leak 

J. W. Porter 

H. B. Jennings 

H. B. Jennings 

H. B. Jennings 

H. M. McAllister.. 
A. R. McEachern.. 
A. R. McEachern.. 



A. R. McEachern. 

J.M.Butler.. 

H.P. Shedd 

H.P. Shedd. 

H.P. Shedd 



F. H. Fries .. 
W.S.Forbes. 



'Branch of mill at Charlotte. 



fSee Roxboro. 



Cotton Mills 



17 



Continued. 



Secretary 

or 
Treasurer 



Capital 
Stock 



Product 

Sold 
Direct or 
Through 
Agents 



Agent's Name 



H. W. Moore. 



S 600.000 



agent . 



Wilson & Bradbury, Phila., Pa., Boston, New 
York City 



Sterling Graydonj — 

H. C. Long, Jr 

A. W. E. Capel. 

G. C. Shaw 

A. M. Cameron 

Thos. H. Battle 

J. Walter Williamson. 



Thos. R. Ames. 
T. N. Webb.... 
J. H. Webb.... 



J. G. Gregory.. 

R. L. Harris 

R. L. Harris 

R. Williams 

W. J. Armfield, Jr.- 

F. C. Caveness 

Hugh Parks 

Hugh Parks 

I. F. Craven 



I.N. Cox 

M. S. Sherwood 

W. L. Ward 

G. P. Entwistle 

Claude Gore 

W. B. Cole 

J. LeGrand Everett 
H. D. Ledbetter 

E. G. Payne 

J. LeGrand Everett— 

J. W. Porter 

F.P.Gray 

F. P. Gray 

F. P. Gray 

A. P. McAllister.... 

J. M. Butler. _. 

W. D. Johnson 



J. M. Butler 

A. R. McEachern. 

E. D. Pitcher 

E. D. Pitcher 

E. D. Pitcher 



1920 
1920 
1898 
1897 
1909 
1878 
1874 



1905 
1896 

1896 
1908 
1900 
1913 
1916 
1904 
1896 
1863 
1850 

1912 
1911 
1913 
1909 
1869 
1906 
1887 
1888 
1874 
1882 
1895 
1906 
1910 
1900 
1906 
1917 
1920 

1920 
1909 
1905 
1916 



A. H. Bahnson. 
J. B. Pipkin.... 

2 



1895 
1896 



500,000 
300,000 
73,000 
100,000 
107,800 
1,000,000 
100,000 

275,000 

399,600 

1,177.000 

300.000 



both... 
both... 

agent., 
agent . 
direct _ 
comm. 
agent.. 



agent, 
agent. 
agent. 

both.. 



460,000 

302,400 
75,000 
25,000 

110,000 
90,000 

160,000 

80,000 
720,000 

50,000 
320,000 
200,000 
200,000 
100,000 

25,000 
375,000 
375,000 
225,000 
200,000 
256,000 
175,000 
220,000 
386,600 
300,000 

300,000 

200,000 

3,000,000 

3,000,000 



agents- 
agent... 
direct— 
agents. 
agent.. 
both.... 
agents. 



direct— . 
agent- 
agent.-. 
agents.. 
direct... 
agent- 
agent-., 
agents, 
agents, 
agent-, 
agent... 
both.... 
both.... 
both... . 
agents, 
direct _ 
agent.-. 



both... 
both... 
direct, 
direct. 
agent. 



2,225,000 
240,000 



agents. 



Lowell Yarn Co., Philadelphia, Pa. 
Various 

Jas. L. Wilson & Co., Phila., Pa.... 



Frederick Vietor & Achelis, T. Holt Haywood 

Dept., New York City 

Wm.Iselin & Co., New York City 

Wm. Iselin & Co., New York City 

Cone Export and Commission Co., Greensboro, 
N. C, and New York City.. 



Various 

Hyde-Rakestraw Co., Philadelphia, Pa. 



Various 

Haines, Morehouse & Woodford, New York___ 
Haines, Morehouse & Woodford, New York... 
Hunter Mfg. and Comm. Co., New York City- 



Hunter Mfg. and Comm. Co., New York City... 

Joshua L. Baily & Co., Philadelphia, Pa 

Hunter Mfg. and Comm. Co., New York City- 



Hunter Mfg. and Comm. Co., New York City. 
Hunter Mfg. and Comm. Co., New York City 



Hunter Mfg. and Comm. Co., New York City.. 
Hunter Mfg. and Comm. Co., New York City. 
Hunter Mfg. and Comm. Co., New York City. 



Paulson Linkroum & Co., Inc. , New York City. . 



Various. 



Marshall Field & Co., Chicago, 111.. 



Haines, Morehouse & Woodford, New York City 



18 



North Carolina Industrial Statistics 



Table No. 1- 



County 



Postoffiee 



Mill 



President 



Rockingham . 
...do 



...do. 
_..do. 
.__do- 
...do. 



Rowan. 
....do... 

....do... 
....do... 
....do... 
....do... 
____do_.. 
....do... 

.do... 

.do... 

.do... 



....do. 

.do. 



...do 

...do 

Rutherford. 

...do 

...do 

...do 



...do 

...do 

...do.. 

...do 

___do 

..__do 

...do 

Scotland 

....do 

....do. 

....do -... 

....do 

Stanly 

___do 

...do 

___do 

Surry... 

Transylvania. 

Union 

.__.do 

....do 

....do 



Spray. 
...do.. 



.do. 

_do. 
.do. 
.do- 



China Grove. 

....do 

..._do 

Landis 

....do 

Rockwell 

Salisbury 

....do 

....do 

._._do 

....do 



.do_ 
.do_ 



...do 

Tuckertown 

Caroleen 

Cliffside 

Forest City 

....do 

Henrietta 

Rutherfordton. 

....do ._-. 

Spindale _. 

....do 

....do 

._-_do 

Laurel Hill 

Laurinburg 

....do 

....do 

....do 

Albemarle 

....do 

Norwood 

Oakboro 

Mount Airy 

Brevard 

Monroe 

.._.do 

...-do 

....do 



Leaksville Cotton Mills... B. Frank Mebane 

Lily Mills (Caro. Cotton and 

Woolen Mills) G. M. Lamar, Supt. 

Morehead Cotton Mills Co B. Frank Mebane. 

Nantucket Mills* G. M. Lamar, Supt. 

Rhode Island Mill* W. P. Barnes, Supt. 

Spray Cotton Mills Karl Von Ruck. 



China Grove Cotton Mills C'o.f- 

Patterson Mfg. Co 

Woodson Mills Co., Inc 

Corriher Mills Co 

Linn Mills Co 

Barringer Mfg. Co 

Diamond Cotton Mills 

Ivy Damask Mill, Inc 

Kesler Manufacturing Co 

Klumac Cotton Mills, Inc 

Marsh Cotton Mill, Inc 



Rowan Cotton Mills Co 

The Salisbury Cotton Mills. 



Vance Cotton Mills, Inc 

Nancy Mill 

The Henrietta Mills 

Cliffside Mills 

Alexander Mfg. Co 

The Florence Mills.. • 

Haynes Millt 

The Cleghorn Mills 

Grace Cotton Mill Co.. 

The Elmore Co 

The Spencer Mill Co 

The Spindale Mills Co 

Stonecutter Mills Co 

Morgan Cotton Mills, Inc 

Dickson Cotton Mills 

Prince Cotton Mills Co 

Scotland Cotton Mills 

Waverly Cotton Mills. 

Efird Mfg. Co 

Wiscassett Mills Co 

Norwood Mfg. Co 

Oakboro Cotton Mills Co.§.. 
Laurel Bluff Cotton Mills.... 

Brevard Cotton Mills 

Bearskin Cotton Mills, Inc... 

Everett Cotton Mills 

Icemorlee Cotton Mills Co... 
Standard Cotton Mills, Inc.. 



C. Lineberger. 

L. Cannon 

W. Woodson.. 

P. Linn. 

B. Coltrane. . 
A. Cannon... 

L. Arey 

L. Mahaley.. 

A. Cannon... 
H. Kluttz.... 

B. Marsh 



A. C. Lineberger. 
C. S. Morris 



W. F. Snider 

J. D. Norwood 

S. B. Tanner 

Chas. H. Haynes.... 

J. F. Alexander 

A. J. Cumnock 

Charles H. Haynes. 

S. B. Tanner 

J. H. Mayes 

K. S. Tanner 

S. B. Tanner 

S. B. Tanner 

S. B. Tanner 

Edwin Morgan 

J. L. McNair 

J. L. McNair 

J. L. McNair 

J. L. McNair 

J. S. Efird 

J. C. Leslie 

D. B. Coltrane 

A. N. James 

R. A. Love 

W. C. Cleveland.... 

M. K. Lee 

Robt. Chapman 

Chas. Iceman 

J. S. Lawson 



*Owned by Carolina Cotton and Woolen Mills. fBegin operation Jan., 1923. §Still under construction. 
{Branch of Cliffside Mills. 



Cotton Mills 



19 



Secretary 

or 
Treasurer 


o 

.a 

3 

a 

W 

o 


Capital 
Stock 


Product 

Sold 
Direct or 
Through 
Agents 


Agent's Name 


No. 


W. R. Walker 


1893 

1900 
1902 
1898 


S 30,000 


agent 

both 


Frederick Vietor & Achelis, New York City 


323 
3?4 


W. R. Walker 


163,900 






325 








T>6 










3">7 


Karl Bishopric 


1896 

1920 
1893 
1921 
1909 
1900 
1907 
1919 
1917 
1895 
1920 
1916 

1919 

1888 

1891 
1921 
1887 
1902 
1918 
1899 


1,500,000 

1,000,000 
210,000 
5,000 
200,000 
250,000 
220,200 
300,000 

34,000 
500,000 
200,000 

78,000 

360,000 
250,000 

200,000 
200,000 
675,000 
250,000 
200,000 
500,000 


direct and 
comm. 


Various 


3^8 






3'Q 


P. A. Earnhardt.. - 
W. H. Woodson, Treas 


agent . 


Cannon Mills, New York City and Phila., Pa.. 


330 
331 




comm 

comm. .- _ 

agent... 

both 


L. P. Muller & Co., Philadelphia, Pa.... 


33' 


G. 0. Lipe 

C. E. Stevenson 


Cannon Mills, Inc., L. P. Muller & Co., Phila.. 
Cannon Mills, New York City 


333 

334 
335 


L. A. Mahaley 


agent... -- 
agent. .. . . 

agent 

agents. 


Wm. Iselin & Co., New York City 

Cannon Mills, New YorkCity 


336 


W. F. McCanless 

F. J. Murdock 


Tatum, Pinkham & Grey, New York City 
Tatum, Pinkham & Grey, Bacon & Co., New 
York City 


338 

339 
340 


0. D. Davis 

E. B. Neave, Treas... 


agent 

both 


Cone Export and Comm. Co., Greensboro, N. C. 
and New York City 


341 
34? 


W.T. Busby 


agent 

agents 

agent 

agent 

agent 

agent 

agent 

agent. ._ .. 

agent 

agent 

agent .. 

agent 




343 


K. S. Tanner 

Z. O. Jenkins . . 

J. R. Moore 


Haines, Morehouse & Woodford, New York City 
Cone Export and Comm. Co., New York City.. 
Catlin& Co., New York City 


344 
345 
346 


D. D. Little 


Catlin & Co., New York City 

Cone Export and Comm. Co., New York City. 

Johnston Mills Co., Charlotte, N. C 

Textile Yarn Agency, Charlotte, N. C 

Cotton Products Co., Philadelphia, Pa 

Johnston Mills Co., Charlotte, N. C 


347 
348 


K. S. Tanner 

B. J. Dobbins 

S. E. Elmore 

K. S. Tanner 


1909 
1919 
1920 
1917 
1918 
1920 
1893 
1900 
1919 
1898 
1909 
1896 
1898 
1898 
1920 
1920 
1911 
1918 
1909 
1906 
1921 




75,000 

300,000 

150,000 

336,000 

275,000 

800,000 

500,000 

200,000 

600,000 

12,000 

250,000 

1,500,000 

1,200,000 

300,000 


349 

350 
351 


K. S. Tanner 


Johnston Mills Co., Charlotte, N. C 


353 


K. S. Tanner 

J. D. Phillips 


T. Holt Haywood Dept., New York City 


354 


D. T. Blue 


agent 

agent 

agent- 

agent 

agent--- 

agent... 

both 




356 


D. T. Blue 




357 


D. T. Blue 




358 


D. T. Blue 




S59 




Cannon Mills, Inc., New York City and Phila. . 
Cannon Mills, Inc., New York City and Phila. . 
Shell, Longstreth & Co., New York City 


360 




361 


J. F. Shinn 


362 


F. W. Biggers 




363 




100,000 
51,000 

200,000 
55,200 

300,000 

200,000 






364 


W. C. Cleveland 


both 




365 


E. C. Carpenter 


agent 


Johnston Mills Co., Charlotte, N. C 


366 


C. C. Stokes 




367 


C. C. Stokes. 






368 


R. C. Jones 


agent 


Eldridge & Snyder, New York City 


369 



20 



North Carolina Industrial Statistics 



Table No. 1 — 



No. 


County 


Post office 


Mill 


President 


370 






Rodman-Heath Cotton Mills 




371 






S. P. Cooper.... 

S. P. Cooper.... 


37? 


do 


....do 




373 


Wake.... _ 


Neuse 


Neuse Mfg. Co 


374 


....do _ 


Caraleigh Mills Co 




375 


...do 


....do -._ 


Consolidated Textile Corp., Pilot 
Div 






_--_do 


....do 




37fi 




T. N T . Webb 


377 


.._-do 






W.E. Powell. .. 


378 






Peck Mfg. Co. 


Thomas D Peck 


379 




Goldsboro 


The Borden Mfg. Co.... 


F. K. Borden 


38f) 


Wilkes 




T. W. Church 


381 


....do 

....do 


N. Wilkesboro.-- .. 
....do 




J. G. Hackett .. . 


38? 




J. R. Hix ... 


383 






Wilson Cotton Mills Co 


R. G. Briggs 













Cotton Mills 



21 



Continued. 



Secretary 

or 
Treasurer 



Capital 
Stock 



Product 

Sold 
Direct or 
Through 

Agents 



Agent's Name 



No. 



A. A. Zollicoffer 

A. A. Zollicoffer 

Kenneth Gant 

Will D. Briggs 

Sherburne Prescott 

J. F. Marsden, Jr 

R. E. Royall 

R. T. Watson... 

P. L. Borden 

A. V. Foote. 

R. D. Grier 

R. D. Grier 

F. L. Carr 



1897 
1900 
1895 
1912 
1893 

1893 



1899 
1909 
1900 
1920 
1919 
1919 
1911 



S 50,000 

1,264,300 

1,010,200 

240,000 

435,000 



agents. 
both... 
both.... 
agent.. 
agent._ 



235,500 

222,000 
262,800 
900,000 
191,900 
173,000 
112,000 
88,000 



agent 

direct and 

comm 

direct 

agent 

both 

agent 

agent 



Converse & Co., New York City. 
Converse & Co., New York City. 

Converse & Co., New York City. 



Cannon Mills, Philadelphia, Pa 

Franklin D'Olier & Co... 

Johnston Mills Co., Charlotte, N. C.- 
Cannon Mills, New York City 



both. 



Various. 



370 
371 
372 
373 
374 

375 

376 
377 
378 
379 
380 
381 
382 
383 



i i.-y 



22 



^sToeth Carolina Industrial Statistics 



Table No. 2 — Mills, Articles 



Mill 



Postoffice 



Spinning 

or 
Weaving; 
Spinning 

and 
Weaving 



Class of Goods Manufactured 



Aurora Cotton Mills 

Consolidated Textile Corpora- 
tion, Hopedale Division 

Elmira Cotton Mills Co 

Glencoe Mills 

E. M. Holt Plaid Mills, Inc.— 

King Cotton Mills Corp 

Lakeside Mills 

Stevens Mfg. Co 

Consolidated Textile Corpora- 
tion, Ossipee Division 

Holt, Gant & Holt Cotton 
Manufacturing Co 

Glen Raven Cotton Mills 



Burlington. 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



Elon College. 



...do 

Glen Raven. 



Alamance Cotton Mills. 
Bellemont Cotton Mills. 
Carolina Mills 



Graham. 
...do... 
...do.... 



Oneida Mills 

Sidney Cotton Mills 

Travora Mfg. Co 

Haw Mfg. Co 

Holt-Granite-Puritan Mills Co. 

White-Williamson Co 

Virginia Cotton Mills 

Rocky Face Spinning Co 

Watts Spinning Co 

Liledoun Mfg. Co 

Miller Mfg. Co 

North State Cotton Mill Co.t- 
Taylorsville Cotton Mill Co... 

Wadesboro Cotton Mills Co 

Bladenboro Cotton Mills, Inc.. 

Asheville Cotton Mills 

French Broad Mfg. Co 

Henry River Mfg. Co 

Alpine Cotton Mills.. 

Valdese Mfg. Co 

Brancord Mfg. Co., Inc 

Brown Mfg. Co 

Cabarrus Cotton MillsJ 

Cannon Mfg. Co 

Franklin Cotton Mills, Inc 

Gibson Mfg. Co 

Hartsell Mills Company 

Kerr Bleaching and Finishing 

Works ,Inc 

Locke Cotton Mills Co 

Norcott Mills Co... 

Roberta Mfg. Co 

White-Parks Mill Co 



....do 

...do 

...do 

Haw River... 

....do 

Saxapahaw.. 
Swepsonville. 
Stony Point.. 

....do 

Taylorsville.. 

....do 

....do 

....do.— 

Wadesboro 

Bladenboro... 

Asheville 

....do 

Henry River. 
Morganton... 

Valdese.. 

Concord 

...do... 

...do 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 

.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do- 



Both. 



Spinning. 

Both 

Both 

Weaving.. 
Spinning. 

Both 

Weaving.. 

Both 



Both. 
Both. 

Both. 
Both. 
Both. 



Both 

Both 

Both 

Spinning. 

Both 

Both 

Both 

Both 

Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 

Both 

Both 

Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 

Both 

Both 

Both 

Spinning. 

Both 

Both 



Both 

Spinning- 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 



Dress ginghams. 



Cotton yarns 

Ginghams 

Outing flannel 

Fine ginghams 

Soft knitting yarns. 

Indigo shirtings 

Ginghams 



Flannels 

Cotton denims 

Awning stripes, chambrays, pin- 
checks and duck 

Colored piece goods 

Colored cotton piece goods 

Colored shirtings and denims and 

yarns. .- _ 

Chambrays, cheviots and export drills 

Cotton plaids 

Flannels 

Yarns 

Ginghams 

Ginghams 

Fancy cotton dress goods 

Warps and tubes 

Yarns 

Yarns 

Cotton yarn 



Soft twist yarns 

Cotton yarns.. 

Yarns 

Cotton shirtings 

Bedspreads 

Carded yarns. 

Yarns 

Hosiery yarns 

Yarn 

Yarn, gingham, chambrays, outings. 

Sheeting and yarn 

Towels and sheeting 

Yarns r . 

Colored goods and ginghams 

Cotton yarn and cotton damask 



Finishers of cotton piece goods. 

Ginghams andshirtings 

Hosiery yarns 

Yarns 

Hosiery yarns 



*See L. Banks Holt Mfg. Co. fNew mill. {Branch of Kannapolis. 



Cotton Mills 



23 



Manufactured, Equipment, Etc. 












Number 
Spindles 


Number 
Looms 


Number 
Cards 


Power 


Number 
Horse- 
power 


Approxi- 
mate 

Amount 
Raw 

Material 
Used, 

Pounds 


Estimated 
Yearly 
Output 


Days in 
Opera- 
tion 
During 
Year 


No. 


19 104 


847 


48 

43 
20 
15 




800 

800 
400 


1,518,719 

1,415,000 
830,816 
500,000 
925,000 

1,215,000 
425,000 
200,000 

1,346,000 

1,067,153 

750,000 
149,938 
673,376 

841,470 
1,515,688 

414,000 
1.000,000 


81,323,176 

43,750 
685,000 
350,000 
750,000 
403,800 


308 


1 


13 768 


electric . .. 


?, 


7,232 
5 000 


450 
200 

484 


306 


3 




4 




electric . 

electric... ... . ... 

electric . . 


251 
360 
150 


307 
260 


5 


10,092 


22 
10 


6 


3,478 


138 
160 

369 

287 

112 
100 

187 

110 
600 
160 
264 


7 


200,000 
645,150 
314,356 
150,000 


295 


8 


4 960 


21 

22 

15 

7 

22 

20 

58 
10 
26 
30 
67 
18 
36 
19 
18 


steam, water, and electric.— 


398 

450 

250 

60 

250 

250 
450 
150 
200 
200 
1,000 
350 
800 
275 


q 


6 496 


268 

305 
290 
285 

282 
275 
277 


10 






a 


2 208 


steam and water . 

steam and water 

steam and water 


12 


6 512 


* 


13 


8 5 9 8 




14 


10,944 
3,584 

3 9 64 


1,250,000 

165,600 

1,000,000 


15 




16 




17 


7,460 

22,944 

8 000 






18 


726 
324 
500 


steam, water, and electric. . 
steam and water 


1,650,000 
450,000 
921,329 


1,000,000 


303 
265 
339 


19 
20 


13 792 


750,000 
150,000 


'1 


6 048 




99 


9 000 










A3 


5 760 








627,500 
125,860 


300,000 
92,193 


310 
122 


n 


2 000 




12 




610 


'5 


5 000 






'76 


7,200 




33 
24 
85 
38 
40 
13 
48 


steam 


365 
575 

1,500 
600 
400 
500 
500 
600 
300 
800 
450 

1,200 


734,511 

800,000 

2,037,000 

1,818,514 

2,500,000 

250,000 

3,000 

166,000 

995,000 

1,700,000 


410,615 

350,000 

1,250,000 

1,000,000 

860,000 

83,614 

500,000 

500,000 

380,000 

600,000 


273 
275 
96 
309 
300 
244 
200 
302 
245 


97 


14,000 




°8 


23,500 






oq 


11 640 


450 
116 




30 


5 712 




31 


8,084 
11,000 




3? 




electric 


33 


13,000 




34 


7,128 




24 
25 
51 
86 
50 
69 
50 




35 


16,016 


386 

542 

1,004 


steam and electric 


36 


28,000 




37 


27 424 




6,000,000 

2,700,000 

2,113,893 

960,000 

500,000 


2,000,000 
800,000 

1,000,000 
750,000 

200,000 

1,800,000 

1,000,000 

789,591 

275,000 


230 


38 


29,536 




39 


27,000 


636 
108 




1,200 
900 

300 
1,350 


260 
160 

280 
260 


40 


13,184 


electric 

electric . 

electric .• 


41 
49 


35 912 


1,240 


77 
75 
32 
12 


43 


12,096 


2,000,000 
1,636,254 
1,000,000 


44 


5,542 




electric... 

electric... 


330 
105 


306 
250 


45 


2,000 




46 



24 



North Carolina Industrial Statistics 



Table No. 2- 



Mill 



Postoffice 



Spinning 

or 
Weaving; 
Spinning 

and 
Weaving 



Class of Goods Manufactured 



Cabarrus Cotton Mills 

Cannon Mfg. Co 

Halifax Cotton Mills, Inc., No. 2 

Tuscarora Cotton Mill 

Dudley Shoals Cotton Mill Co 

Falls Mfg. Co.. 

Granite Falls Mfg. Co 

Hudson Cotton Mfg. Co 

Lenoir Cotton Mill 

Steele Cotton Mill Co 

United Mills Co 

Watts Cotton Mill Co... _. 

Rhodhiss Mills Co 

Moore Cotton Mill Co 

Whitnel Cotton Mill Co _. 

Brookford Mills Co 

Blue Ridge Cotton Mill 

Hickory Spinning Co __. 

Ivey Mill Co 

A. A. Shuford Mill Co.... 

George N. Hutton... 

Long Island Cotton Mills 

Carolina Cotton Mills 

Center Cotton Mills Co., Inc.... 

Liberty-Spinning Co 

Maiden Cotton Mills. 

Union Cotton Mills 

Catawba Cotton Mills _. 

City Cotton Mills Co.* 

Clyde Mill Co 

Newton Mills Co 

Yount Cotton Mills 

J. M. Odell Mfg. Co 

Hadley-Peoples Mfg. Co 

Edenton Cotton Mills 

Minnett Mills. 

Bonnie Cotton Mills. 

Cora Cotton Mills 

Dilling Cotton Mills.. 

Kings Mountain Mfg. Co 

Margrace Mills, Inc 

Mason Cotton Mills Co __ 

Park Yarn Mills Co... 

Patricia Mills 

Pauline Mills 

Phoenix Mills Co 

Sadie Cotton Mills 

Cleveland Mill and Power Co... 

Belmont Cotton Mill Co 

Buffalo Mills, Inc 

Catherine Mill Co 

Consolidated Textile Corpora- 
tion (Ella Division) | do. 



Kannapolis 

....do 

Mount Pleasant. 
....do. 

Granite Falls 

....do 

....do 

Hudson 

Lenoir 

...-do. 

Mortimer 

Patterson 

Rhodhiss 

Valmead. 

Whitnel 

Brookford 

Conover. 

Hickory. 

____do 

....do 

....do... 

Long Island 

Maiden 

.--_do_.. 

._._do 

....do _ 

....do.- 

Newton 

....do 

--._do 

....do. 

..-_do 

Pittsboro 

Siler City_. 

Edenton. 

Grover 

Kings Mountain. 

.__-do 

.__.do 

....do 

...do..._ _._. 

...do 

_-.do 

___do_ 

...do.. 

-_.do_ 

-..do 

Lawndale 

Shelby 

Shelby, R. F. D.. 
Shelby 



Spinning.. 

Both 

Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 

Both 

Spinning-. 
Spinning,- 

Both 

Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 

Both 

Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.- 



Yarns and tire fabrics 

Towels and sheeting. 

Warps__ 

Cotton yarns 

Cotton yarns.. 

Cotton yarns 

Wrapping twines 

Yarns 

Yarn _ 

Cotton yarns 

Yarn __ 

Hosiery yarns 

Coarse drills and sheetings. 

Yarns ,._ 

Yarns 

Fancy cotton goods 

Tinged yarn 

Hosiery yarns 

Fine sateens 

Cotton twines 

Yarn and wrapping twine.. 

Cotton yarns 

Yarns 

Tubes 

Tubes and white stock 

Tubes and white stock 

Cotton yarns 

Yarns 



Both 

Both 

Spinning. 

Spinning- 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Weaving.. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning- 
Spinning. 

Both 

Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Weaving,. 

Both 

Both 

Spinning., 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Weaving... 

Both 



Yarns and print cloths 

Flannels and yarns 

Yarns 

Hosiery yarns 

Cotton yarns 

Cotton yarns 

Damask and napkins 

Single and ply yarns 

Single and ply yarns 

Combed yarns _ 

Yarn 

Bedspreads 

Carded and combed yarns 

Cotton yarns 

Napkins 

Table covers and napkins 

Cotton drills and sheetings. 

Fine yarns 

Warps, twines and clothes lines. 

Yarns.- 

Single combed yarns 

Specialties. ___ 



Four-yard sheeting. 



♦New mill. 



Cotton Mills 



25 



Continued. 



Number 
[ Spindles 


Number 
Looms 


Number 
Cards 


Power 


Number 
Horse- 
power 


Approxi- 
mate 

Amount 
Raw 

Material 
Used, 

Pounds 


Estimated 
Yearly 
Output 


Days in 

Opera- 
tion 

During 
Year 


No. 


80,000 




120 
405 
15 
16 
10 
18 
72 


electric . _ 


90 
7,000 




S 




47 


117,504 
5,152 


4,144 




17,000,000 
360,000 
500,000 
460,000 
420,000 
4,200,000 
850,314 
575,000 
720,000 


8.000,000 


230 
256 
270 
290 
265 
305 


48 
49 


electric 


5,760 






165 
250 
250 
1.000 
250 
300 
300 


145,000 
205,000 
175,000 
805,000 
172,648 
517,471 
207,000 


50 
51 

52 


" 5,000 






6 000 






9,828 




water and electric 


5,376 




steam,.- . . 




6,720 








300 
310 




6,020 




18 




56 
57 


5,000 






4,248 




13 
113 




175 
1,400 
250 
250 
1,300 
250 
275 
500 
400 
300 
300 
400 
125 
100 
225 
350 
225 


81,650 

6,048,687 

599,840 

760,912 

2,925,000 


27,500 

1,500,000 

128,584 

168,923 

1,320,000 


279 
308 


58 
59 
60 


30,000 


942 




4,376 


steam 


6,276 






steam... 






18,368 
2,694 


631 


47 


steam, electric, and water- 
steam 


151 
261 


62 
63 


12,300 






electric 


800,000 
800,000 

2,250,000 
800,000 
760,000 

1,500,000 
311,045 
288,000 
480,000 
845,666 
260,000 


350,000 
358,000 
397,000 
150,000 
210,000 
400,000 
70,000 
75,000 
160,000 
235,000 
110,000 




15,360 


400 


20 
36 
50 

17 
22 




305 
305 
300 
245 
300 
285 
125 
320 
275 
300 


65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 
75 


4,696 




5,000 






6,000 






12,000 






2,200 






2,200 




8 
16 
22 
14 




6,200 






10,280 






7,168 






5,000 






5,120 


100 
200 


13 

39 
14 
34 
24 
63 




150 
300 
275 
400 
375 
1,100 
60 
400 
450 
600 
150 
200 


480,000 

850,000 

280,000 

900,000 

1,200,000 

1,789,706 

400,000 

700,000 

1,560,000 

1,372,471 

807, 750 

100,000 

500,000 

1,250,000 


120,000 
260,000 
120,000 
300,000 
300,000 
500,000 
250,000 
225,000 
468,000 
834,000 
220,000 
250,000 
300,000 
237,000 


305 
302 
300 
250 
300 
250 
313 
265 
286 


76 
77 
78 
79 
80 
81 
82 
83 
84 
85 
86 
87 
88 
89 
90 
91 


13,000 




8,160 




10,000 






9,076 






22,384 








38 




8,230 


31 
56 
40 
18 
14 
24 
32 




20,820 






21,000 






6,000 






306 

300 
287 


5,184 


96 




10,000 




4,896 






300 




170 
156 
400 






4,752 


14 
48 
12 
36 
12 
11 


electric 


300 
670 
300 
300 
225 
160 
48 


582,500 
3,000,000 

500,000 
1,800,000 

550,000 

220 000 


475,000 
825,000 
225,000 
600,000 
170,000 
9fin nnn 




13,264 




313 
275 
29 
280 
144 
313 

313 


92 
93 
94 
95 
96 
97 

98 


5,040 




6,000 






4,850 






3,600 








52 
253 






11,328 


22 


electric 


1,300,000 ; 





26 



Xorth Carolina Industrial Statistics 



Table No. 2- 



Mill 



West Durham. 



Both. 



Double Shoals Mfg. Co 

Eastside Mfg. Co 

Lily Mill and Power Co 

Shelby Cotton Mills 

Corley Mills, Inc 

Cape Fear Cotton Mills Co.*... 

Holt-Williamson Mfg. Co 

Puritan Mills Co ._ 

Tolar, Hart & Holt Mills 

Victory Mfg. Co 

Rockfish Mills, Inc 

Dacotah Cotton Mills, Inc 

Erlanger Cotton Mills Co.. 

Nokomis Cotton Mills 

Wennonah Cotton Mills Co 

Amazon Cotton Mills 

Jewel Cotton Mills 

Erwin Cotton Mills Co., No. 3f 

Golden Belt Mfg. Co 

Lawrence Cotton Millt 

Pearl Cotton Mills 

Durham Cotton Mfg. Co 

The Erwin Cotton Mills Co., 
No. 1 Mill 

The Erwin Cotton Mills Co., 
No. 4 Mill 

Laura Cotton Mills 

Fountain Cotton Mills 

Hart Cotton Mills 

Arista Mills Co 

Inverness Mills Co.. 

Sterling Cotton Mills 

Acme Spinning Co 

Chronicle Mills 

Climax Spinning Co 

Crescent Spinning Co 

Eagle Yarn Mills§ 

Imperial Yarn Mills 

Linford Mills, Inclf 

Majestic Mfg. Co 

National Yarn Mills, Inc 

Perfection Spinning Co.** 

Sterling Spinning Co 

Stowe Spinning Co.*| 

American Cotton Mills, Inc 

Gambrill & Melville Mills Co. ... 

George Cotton Millft 

McLean Mfg. Co 

Osage Mfg. Co 

Carlton Yarn Mills, Inc.tt 

Cherryville Mfg. Co |..._do 

Gaston Mf g. Co L.-.do 

*Office at St. Pauls. tBranch of West Durham. 
JNot in operation within past 18 months; reorganized as Morven 
§Mill organized, but not built. UMill now under construction. 
tfNot running; temporarily suspended. 



Postoffice 



Shelby 

...do 

...do.. 

...do 

Cumberland... 
Fayetteville... 

_..do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

Hope Mills 

Lexington 

...do 

...do 

...do 

Thomasville... 

...do 

Cooleemee 

Durham 

...do 

...do 

East Durham. 



...do 

Roxboro 

Tarboro 

...do.... 

Winston-Salem 

...do 

Franklinton 

Belmont 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do .... 

...do 

...do 

...do 

Bessemer City 

...do 

...do 

...do 

....do 

Cherryville 



Spinning 

or 
Weaving; 
Spinning 

and 
Weaving 



Spinning.. 

Both 

Spinning.. 

Both 

Spinning.. 

Both 

Spinning.. 

Both 

Spinning.. 

Both 

Spinning.. 

Both 

Both 

Both 

Both 

Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 

Both 

Both 

Spinning.. 

Both 

Both 



Both 

Spinning.. 

Both 

Both 

Both 

Both 

Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 



Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.- 
Spinning.- 
Spinning__ 
Spinning-- 
Spinning-- 

Both 

Both 



Weaving... 

Both 

Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Both. 



Class of Goods Manufactured 



Twine-yarn in ply 

Print cloths 

Combed yarns 

Yarn and cloth 

Combed yarns 

Tire fabrics 

Yarns 

Gingham 

Hosiery yarns 

Print cloth 

Cotton yarn „ 

Shirt ings 

Yarn and cloth for underwear 

Pajama checks 

Chambrays and shirtings 

Combed hosiery yarns 

Fine combed yarns 

Cantons, tickings and coverts 

Sheetings 

Yarns 

Wide sheetings 

Staple and fancy dress ginghams. 

Blue denims 



Sheeting, sheets and pillow cases. 

Yarns 

Sheetings 

Bag goods, warps and yarns 

Cotton goods. 

Plain sheeting 

Warps, skeins and tubes 

Yarns 

Carded cotton yarns 

Fine combed yarns 

Warps 



Combed yarns 

Yarns ^ 

Fine combed yarns 

Combed skeins and warps.. 

Fine yarns 

Ball warps 

Yarns 

Tire fabric and yarns 

Broad sheetings and yarns. 



Damask, duck and sheeting. 

Cotton sheetings 

Combed yarns 

Yarns 

Sheetings and yarns. 



Cotton Mill. 

"Mill just starting. 



Cotton Mills 



27 



Continued. 



Number 
Spindles 



Number 
Looms 



Number 
Cards 



Power 



Number 
Horse- 
power 



Approxi- 
mate 

Amount 
Raw 

Material 
Used, 

Pounds 



Estimated 
Yearly- 
Output 



Days in 
Opera- 
tion 
During 
Year 



3,200 
11,262 

7,000 
20,840 
10,000 

5,720 

9,984 
10,192 
15,000 
14,336 
25,488 
21,696 
46,000 
15,300 
12,736 
12,500 
12.480 
47,360 
26,496 

7,000 
10,784 
23,984 

25,088 

49,440 

3,200 

12,000 

17,184 

17,000 

7,680 

25,856 

6,440 

10,368 

21,760 

13,056 

10,000 

12,544 

16,320 

12,768 

15,236 

16,320 

13,056 

20,000 

4,800 

10,240 

4,915 

6,000 

16,272 

5,000 

7,536 

12,000 



260 
400 



18 
434 



390 



650 
1,100 

372 
378 



1,296 
568 



240 
800 



1,030 



300 
224 
436 
216 



50 
224 



164 
400 



32 
31 
40 
14 
26 
34 
37 
30 
56 
48 

105 
25 
38 
56 
30 

163 
46 
18 
24 



140 
15 
26 



water 

electric 

electric and steam- 
electric 

electric 

electric 

electric 



electric 

electric 

water and electric. 

electric. 

steam and electric. 

electric 

steam and electric. 

electric 

electric 

water and steam... 
steam and electric. 

electric 

electric 

steam and electric. 

electric 



electric 

water and steam. 

electric 

electric 

steam 

electric 

electric. 

electric 

electric 

electric 

electric 



electric. 



240 



electric. 

electric 

electric 

electric 

electric 

electric 

steam and electric. 

electric 

electric 

electric 

electric 

electric 

electric 



150 



400 



500 
250 
650 
400 
450 
700 

1,200 
800 

4,346 
450 
600 
628 
350 

2,000 

1,000 
300 
450 

1,200 

1,300 
2,200 



300 

500 

600 

375 

1,250 



800,000 
1,152,000 

850,000 
1,491,684 

839,345 

550,271 
1,225,000 

700,000 

904,239 

706,305 
1,800,000 
2,243,048 
5,000,000 

820,000 
2,000,000 
3,000,000 

910,000 
2,444,421 
1,000.000 

500,000 
1,089,650 
1,725,000 

3,046,689 

4,552,599 
500,000 
520,000 
2,145,000 
2,500,000 
1,269,720 
3,704,000 



I 200,000 

600,000 

400,000 

550,000 

300,000 

200,006 

500,000 

500,000 

360,000 

250,000 

750,000 

1,122,000 

3,662,168 

595,700 

1,000,000 

1,250,000 

575,000 



200,000 
1,500,000 

575,000 
1,250,000 



150,000 
475,000 
500,000 
800,000 
432,000 
1,025,000 



460 



1,020,000 
923,739 

840,674 



410,000 
904,558 
608,400 



674,000 



687,480 



590 
500 



457,747 
927,301 



382,166 
707,000 



450 
450 
125 
200 
650 



1,000,000 
679,394 



500,000 
350,000 



1,200,000 
1,750,000 



600,000 
500,000 



313 
313 
330 
300 
258 
290 
250 
300 
234 
293 
270 
311 

303 
304 
300 
300 
236 
294 

304 
302 



282 
284 
160 
300 
301 
281 



257 

255 
256 



255 
257 



313 

306 



428 
400 



924,331 
500,000 



547,622 
200,000 



28 



North Carolina Industrial Statistics 



Table No. 2— 



Mill 



Howell Mfg. Co _ 

Melville Mfg. Co 

Rhyne-Hauser Mfg. Co 

Vivian Spinning Co., Inc 

Mays Mills, Inc 

Arlington Cotton Mills 

Arkray Mills, Inc.* 

Armstrong Cotton Mills Co. 

Arrow Mills, Inc 

Avon Mills 

Champion Cotton Mill* 

Clara Mfg. Co 

Dixon Mills, Inc 

Dunn Mfg. Co 

Flint Mfg. Co 

Gastonia Cotton Mfg. Co.— 



Gray Mfg. Co 

Groves Mills, Inc 

Hanover Thread Mills, Inc 

High Shoals Cotton Mills Co... 
Jenckes Spinning Co., Loray 

Division 

Mildred Cotton Mills Co.f 

Modena Cotton Mills 

Monarch Cotton Mills Co 

Morowebb Cotton Mills Co 

Mountain View Mill, Inc 

Mutual Cotton Mill Co 

Myers Mills, Inc 

Myrtle Mills, Inc 

Osceola Mills, Inc.. -. 

Ozark Mills... 

Parkdale Mills, Inc 

Piedmont Spinning Mills 

Pinkney Mills, Inc 

Priscilla Spinning Co.* 

Rankin Mills, Inc 

Ranlo Mfg. Co. 

Rex Spinning Co 

Ridge Mills, Inc 

Ruby Cotton Mills, Inc 

Seminole Cotton Mills Co 

Shuford Mills, Inc.* 

A. M. Smyre Mfg. Co 

Spencer Mountain Mills 

Trenton Cotton Mills 

Victory Yarn Mills Co 

The Atherton Mills 

Dorothy Mfg. Co.. 

Lowell Cotton Mills... 

Peerless Mfg. Co ^.. 



Postoffice 



Cherry ville . 

...do 

....do. 

...do 

Cramerton.. 

Gastonia 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

....do 

...do 

...do 

__.do 

...do 



.do. 
-do. 
.do. 
.do. 



_-.do.. 
...do.. 
...do.. 
...do.. 
...do.. 
.._do.. 
-..do.. 
..-do.. 
...do.. 
...do.. 
...do.. 
...do.. 
...do.. 
...do.. 
...do.. 
...do.. 
...do- 
_„ do... 
___do- 
___do- 
...do._. 
...do.. 
...do.. 
...do... 
.-_do... 
...do-. 
Lowell. 
...do.. 
.__do... 
.-do- 



Spinning 

or 
Weaving; 
Spinning 

and 
Weaving 



Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning- 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning- 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning- 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Both 



Class of Goods Manufactured 



Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Both 



Both 

Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning- 
Spinning, 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 



Yarns. __ 

Yarn 

Combed yarns 

Coarse yarns __ _ 

Combed yarns 

Combed cotton yarns 

Yarns 

Yarns 

Skeins, warps and tubes 

Yarn 

Yarns 

Yarns _ 

Fine yarns 

Yarns _-_ _ 

Cotton yarns 

Yarns, scrims, beach cloths and cur- 
tain goods 

Skeins, warps, cones and tubes 

Fine combed yarns 

Combed yarns 

Tubes and sheetings 



Tire fabrics 

Yarns 

Yarns 

Yarns 

Combed yarns 

Combed yarns 

Yarns 

Cotton yarns 

Yarns 

Combed yarns 

Yarns 

Skeins, warps, cones and tubes. 

Yarns 

Fine combed yarns 



Spinning. 

Both 

Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning- 
Spinning, 
Spinning- 

Both 

Spinning- 
Spinning. 
Spinuing- 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 



Combed hosiery yarns. 

Auto tire fabrics 

Fine cotton yarns 

Yarns — 

Yarns 

Yarns 

Yarns - 

Fine combed yarns 

Damask. 

Combed yarns 

Yarns... 

Carded yarns 

Combed tubes 

Yarn 

Yarns 



*New mill — under construction. fNew mill. {Mill organized, but not built. 



Cotton Mills 



29 



Continued. 



Number 
Spindles 


Number 
Looms 


Number 
Cards 


Power 


Number 
Horse- 
power 


Approxi- 
mate 

Amount 
Raw 

Material 
• Used, 

Pounds 


Estimated 
Yearly 
Output 


Days in 
Opera- 
tion 
During 
Year 


No. 


10,300 




28 
15 


electric - 


650 
200 
200 
175 
250 
1,596 


683,977 

800,000 

600,000 

1,125,000 

3,900,000 

1,200,000 


S 310,000 
447, 177 
400,000 
675,000 
2,500,000 
800,000 




149 


5,000 






313 


150 
151 


6,000 






5,260 




22 


electric 


152 


55,000 






266 


153 


25,332 




72 


electric 


154 


20,000 








155 


4,500 




24 
40 
20 




237 
500 
790 


737,984 

1,058,315 

833,880 


252,252 
600,000 
981,788 


157 

250 




12,000 






157 


10,800 




steam and electric 


158 


10,000 








159 


9,856 




24 
18 
26 
31 

22 
42 
38 
11 
30 

305 




525 
250 
600 
925 

550 
500 
650 
265 
750 

4,882 


1,177,800 
600,000 
874,028 

1,100,000 

6,250,000 
1,207,942 
1,362,000 
402,909 
2,000,000 

6,450,000 


450,315 
423,160 
441,732 
775,000 

500,000 
850,000 
875,000 
230,370 
650,000 

1,500,000 


157 




7,168 




electric 


161 


10,488 






157 


162 


23,040 




electric 


163 


10,000 


125 




300 
250 
245 
325 
299 

300 




18,000 






15,120 








5,040 








18,500 


576 
150 






107,000 






12,000 




170 


17,500 




20 

22 




850 
367 


1,344,350 

1,033,448 

600,000 

397,720 

697,268 

650,000 

800,000 

1,012,187 

1,417,625 

1,285,713 

488,904 

1,000,000 


360,000 
471,803 
500,000 

82,562 
275,357 
325,000 
450,000 
462,526 
963,885 
706,000 

80,611 
750,000 


178 
183 
313 
325 
183 
280 


171 


8,192 








7,168 






173 


5,000 




18 
22 
40 
40 
26 
33 
60 
14 




300 

302 
650 
447 
452 
1,200 
450 
205 
175 


174 


6,048 






175 


11,592 








10,240 




electric 


177 


10,080 






325 




20,000 




steam and electric 


179 


15,120 






247 
183 
300 




2,520 








10,000 
















183 


6,000 




24 
40 
40 


electric. 


175 
200 
550 


1,000,000 
1,600,000 
1,500,000 


750,000 
650,000 
800,000 




184 


6,048 


30 




288 
300 


185 


20,480 




186 

187 


10,000 






6,048 








110 
575 


1,054,435 
1,205,048 


475,000 
686,579 


309 
183 


188 


11,968 




28 




10,000 






190 


10,336 




23 
14 
25 
42 
30 
24 




400 
1,450 

300 
1,000 
350 
260 
560 
400 


739,994 
800,000 
900,000 
929,864 
538,757 
400,000 
1,671,857 
648,654 


500,000 
325,000 
450,000 
726, 187 
271,830 
275,000 
1,420,625 
436,259 


313 

288 
252 
183 




7,072 


150 






8,448 






20,000 








10,000 






195 


11,000 








196 


23,500 








197 


20,500 






steam and electric 




198 



30 



North Carolina Industrial Statistic: 



Table No. 2- 



Mill 



McAden Mills 

Adrian Mfg. Co.*_ 

Alsace Mfg. Co.* 

Globe Yarn Mills, Inc 

Nims Mfg. Co.* 

Tuckaseege Mfg. Co 

Woodlawn Mfg. Co.* 

Catawba Spinning Co 

Lola Mfg. Co 

Harden Mfg. Co 

Oxford Cotton Mills 

Gem Cotton Mills 

Minneola Mfg. Co 

Pomona Mills 

Proximity Mfg. Co 

Revolution Cotton Mills __ 

White Oak Cotton Mills.. 

Cloverdale Cotton Mills. 

Highland Cotton Mills 

Pickett Cotton Mills, Inc 

Oakdale Cotton Mills 

Roanoke Mills Co _ 

Rosemary Mfg. Co 

Patterson Mills Co 

Weldon Cotton Mfg. Co 

The Erwin Cotton Mills Co.... 

Green River Mfg. Co 

Raeford Cotton Mills Co 

Dixie Cotton Mill Co. 

Mooresville Cotton Mills _ 

Bloomfield Mfg. Co 

Paola Cotton Mills, Inc 

The Statesville Cotton Mills... 
Laura Ellen Watts Cotton 

MillCo 

The Clayton Cotton Mills 

Liberty Cotton Mill Co 

Eastern Mfg. Co 

Ethel Cctton Mill Co 

Mobile Cotton Mills, Selma 

Division 

IvanhoeMfg.Co 

Sanford Cotton Mills... 

Caswell Cotton Mills, Inc 

Kinston Cotton Mills 

Anderson Mills, Inc 

Boger & Crawford Spinning 

Mill 

Elm Grove Cotton Millf 

Eureka Mfg. Co., Inc 

Indian Creek Mills, Inc 

Laboratory Cotton Mills 



Postoffice 



McAdenville 

Mount Holly 

.__.do 

.._.do 

..._do 

..._do 

.__.do 

Stanley 

...do." 

Worth 

Oxford 

Gibsonville 

...do 

Greensboro. 

...do 

...do. 

...do 

High Point 

...do 

...do 

Jamestown 

Roanoke Rapids. 

...do 

Rosemary _ 

Weldon 

Duke 

Tuxedo 

Raeford 

Mooresville 

...do 

Statesville 

...do 

...do... 



Turnersburg. 

Clayton 

...do.... 

Selma 

...do ____ 



...do 

Smithfield.. 

Sanford 

Kinston 

...do.. 

Lincolnton. 



_do_ 
_do_ 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



Spinning 

or 
Weaving; 
Spinning 

and 
Weaving 



Both 

Spinning. 



Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning, 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 

Both 

Both 

Both 

Both 

Both 

Spinning. 
Spinning. 

Both 

Spinning. 

Both 

Both 

Weaving.. 



Both 

Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 

Both 

Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 

Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 



Both 

Spinning. 
Both..:.. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Both 



Spinning. . 
Spinning. . 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 



Class of Goods Manufactured 



Colored goods 

Yarns ; 

Yarn 

Combed yarns 

Yarns and hose cords 

Cotton yarns 

Yarn __ 

Yarns and twines 

Combed yarns.. 

Yarns, skeins, tubes, warps and cones 

Weaving yarns _ 

Yarns ._ 

Fancy flannels ._ 

Coutils, corduroy, sheeting 

Denims __ 

Cotton flannels... 

Denims.. 

Hosiery yarns 

Hosiery yarns. __ 

Print cloths 

Cotton twines 

Outings, colored goods 

Cotton damask 

Ginghams, outing 

Union suits 

Blue denims. _ 

Combed yarns 

Hosiery yarns 

Yarns and warps 

Ginghams and flannels 

Combed yarns 

Hard yarns 

Yarns and rope 

Yarn 

Cotton yarns 

Warps and skeins 

Hosiery yarns 

Yarns 



Cotton sheetings 

Hosiery yarns 

Sheeting 

Hosiery and underwear yarns. 

Hosiery yarns 

Duck, drills and dress goods... 



Yarns 

Yarn 

Cotton waste yarns 

Warps, skeins and tubes. 
Skeins, tubes and yarns.. 



*Branch of Am. Yarn and Processing Co. 



tldle. 



Cotton Mills 



31 



Continued. 



Number 
Spindles 


Number 
Looms 


Number 
Cards 


Power 


Number 
Horse- 
power 


Approxi- 
mate 

Amount 
Raw 

Material 
Used, 

Pounds 


Estimated 
Yearly 
Output 


Days in 
Opera- 
tion 
During 
Year 


No. 


28,000 


350 






1,200 
272 


540,000 
1,356,554 


$ 700,000 
910.602 


272 


199 


19,556 


30 


steam and electric 


900 


5,000 




901 


5,040 




18 
16 
20 
16 

27 


electric _. .. 


250 
270 
240 
450 
325 


700,000 

982,465 

600,000 
1,052,565 

750,000 
1,000,000 

800,000 
1,500,000 

657,130 
1.892,545 
3,000,000 
10,000,000 
10,000,000 
21,500,000 

172,500 
4,025,000 

870,000 
1,969,258 
7,300,000 
5,752,304 
1,996,990 

325,000 
7,975,066 

500,000 
1,677,192 

250,000 
5,374,746 

550,000 

714,200 
18,000 


400,000 

572,063 

350,000 

646,256 

350,000 

400,000 

350,000 

400,000 

182,877 

1.400,000 

2.000,000 

4.000,000 

3,000,000 

8,000,000 

45,000 

1,000,000 

350,000 

546,348 

3,250,000 

4,250.000 

1,068,342 

175,000 

2,000,000 

375,000 

229,128 

250,000 

2,048,956 

450,000 

480,000 

7,000 


324 

290 

328 
220 

244 
289 
283 
350 
290 
295 
290 
300 
278 
296 
241 
292 
297 
308 
313 
255 
290 
300 
220 
300 
275 
285 
300 


9(}9 


10,600 




903 


5,544 






904 


13,480 






205 


7,000 




electric . 


906 


10,000 




907 


8,000 




23 

34 

24 

47 

70 

249 

221 

322 

8 

102 

24 

38 

154 

123 

54 

16 

176 

20 




450 

400 

300 

1,264 

1,500 

3.000 

1,300 

4,500 

150 

1.295 

700 

350 

3,200 

3,300 

1,000 

200 

1,500 

400 

250 

400 

2,000 

250 

400 

710 


90S 


6,120 






909 


8,544 






910 


17,066 


617 

798 

1,600 

2,048 

3,000 




'11 


24,416 




919 


53,000 




913 


70,000 




214 


60,000 




215 


2,640 




916 


23,760 






917 


27,008 


336 




218 


6,850 




219 


52,992 


1,500 

1,276 

742 




220 


44,528 




991 


28,080 




222 


3,268 




223 


35,040 


1,024 




224 


8,000 




225 


10,000 






226 


8,424 




42 
136 
17 
14 
63 

6 
28 
18 
28 
20 

33 
75 
38 
42 
70 
25 




227 


40,176 


1,264 




99R 


6,272 




229 


10,756 






230 


13,000 






231 


2,080 






232 


10,240 






500 
300 
350 

275 

560 
750 
750 
500 
675 
250 

320 


1.250,000 
761,125 
873,000 
780,000 

1,250,000 
2,560,000 
.2,000,000 
2,250,000 
1,710,628 
700,000 

600,000 


350,000 
152,894 
260,000 
235,000 

325,000 
2,500,000 
800,000 
425,000 
925,398 
-400,000 

500,000 


279 
295 
286 
260 

300 
300 
290 
275 


233 


5,100 






234 


10,560 






235 


8,160 






236 


13,440 


274 




937 


22,322 




238 


12,864 


430 




939 


16,224 




240 


17,000 






241 


5,616 


100 






242 


10,880 




300 


243 


8,000 




16 
4 
9 

14 




244 


1,360 






125 
125 
225 


780,000 
550,000 
400,000 


100,000 
112,000 

250,000 


313 
281 
313 


245 


3,000 






246 


5,100 




water 


247 



32 



North Carolina Industrial Statistics 



Table No. 2— 



Mill 



Postoffice 



Spinning 

or 
Weaving; 
Spinning 

and 
Weaving 



Class of Goods Manufactured 



Long Shoals Cotton Mills 

Melville Mfg. Co., No. 2* 

Roseland Cotton Mills Co 

John Rudisill Mfg. Co 

Saxony Spinning Co 

Wampum Cotton Mills, Ine 

Williams Cotton Mill 

Lincoln Cotton Mills. 

Alba Mfg. Co 

Clinchfield Mfg. Co.... 

Cross Cotton Mills Co 

Marion Mfg. Co 

Capitola Mfg. Co 

Barnhardt Mfg. Co 

Belbro Mills, Inc 

Chadwick-Hoskins Co 

Elizabeth Mills Co 

Fidelity Mfg. Co 

Highland Park Mfg. Co 

Holly Mfg. Co 

Magnolia Mills 

Robinson Spinning Co 

Savona Mfg. Co 

Southern Textile Banding Mill 

Johnston Mfg. Co _-. 

Mecklenburg Mills Co 

Cornelius Cotton Mill 

Gem Yarn Mills Co 

Delburg-Linden Co._ 

Anchor Mills 

The Thrift Mfg. Co 

Chadwick-Hoskins Co.f 

Aileen Mills, Inc 

Rhyne-Anderson Mills 

The Smitherman Cotton Mills 

High Falls Mfg. Co 

Vass Cotton Mill Co 

Rocky Mount Mills 

Bellwill Cotton Mills 

Delgado Mills 

Belle-Vue Mfg. Co _.. 

Eno Cotton Mills 

Elizabeth City Cotton Mills... 

Longhurst Mills 

Roxboro Cotton Mills 

Greenville Cotton Mills, Inc 

Sapona Cotton Mills, Inc 

Enterprise Mfg. Co 

Franklinville Mfg. Co 

Randolph Mfg. Co 

Columbia Mfg. Co 

Central Falls Mills, Inc 



Lincolnton 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do.. 

____do — 

Southside 

Stanley 

Marion 

....do 

....do 

Marshall 

Charlotte 

....do _ 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

_._.do 

....do 

....do 

....do. 

....do 

North Charlotte.. 

....do. 

Cornelius 

____do 

Davidson 

Hunters ville 

Paw Creek 

Pineville 

Biscoe 

Troy 

....do 

High Falls 

Vass 

Rocky Mount 

Wilmington 

....do... _. 

Hillsboro 

....do 

Elizabeth City 

Roxboro 

....do 

Greenville 

Ashboro 

Coleridge 

Franklinville 

_.._do 

Ramseur 

Randleman, R. F. 
D. No. 2-.. 



Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 



Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 

Both 

Spinning. 

Both 

Spinning. 
Carding.. 
Spinning. 

Both 

Spinning. 

Both 

Both 

Both 

Spinning. 
Spinning. 



Spinning. 

Both 

Both 

Spinning. 
Spinning. 

Both 

Both 



Yarns 

Yarns 

Yarns 

Yarn 

Combed yarns. 

Cotton yarns 

Yarn _ 

Carded yarns 

Carded yarns 

Print cloths 

Knitting yarns 

Print cloths 

Cotton yarns. 

Cott on bat ts 

Yarns 

Unbleached sheetings, cotton piece gds 

Fine combed yarns 

Yarns and cotton damask 

Ginghams 

Yarns and damask 

Hosiery yarns 

Yarns 

Fancy jacquard and dobbie goods.. 

Endless bands 

Combed hosiery yarns 

Print cloths .- 

Chambrays 

Coarse carded yarns 

Yarns 

Ginghams 

Print cloths 



Spinning- 
Spinning. 

Both 

Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 

Both 

Both 

Both 

Both 

Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Weaving.. 
Weaving.. 



Medium yarns 

Cotton yarns 

Flannelettes 

Yarn 

Knitting yarns 

Cotton yarns 

Fancy dress ginghams... 

Dress ginghams 

Ginghams and cheviots. 

Ginghams 

Cotton yarns 

Yarns 

Yarns 

Cotton yarns 

Hosiery yarns. 

Cotton yarns 

Sheetings 

Sheetings and drills 

Sheeting.. 



Spinning.. 



Cotton yarns. 



*Under construction. fBranch of Mill at Charlotte. 



Cotton Mills 



33 



Continued. 



Number 
Spindles 


Number 
Looms 


Number 
Cards 


Power 


Number 
Horse- 
power 


Approxi- 
mate 
Amount 

Raw- 
Material 

Used, 
Pounds 


Estimated 
Yearly 
Output 


Days in 
Opera- 
tion 
During 
Year 


No. 


14,160 




36 
16 
10 
6 




450 


900,000 


{ 350,000 


300 


248 


6,000 






249 


4,320 






120 
165 
350 
150 
100 
350 
150 

3,000 
250 

1,250 
150 
100 
150 

5,000 
400 
250 

2,200 


220,000 

. 172,474 

733,000 

495,000 

415,865 

420,000 

250,000 

4,320,000 

1,400,000 

2,475,000 

387,111 

2,000,000 

133,000 

5,223,672 

375,000 

720,000 

2,700,000 


130,000 
118,650 
445,000 
200,000 
243,405 
240,000 
60,000 

1,250,000 
480,000 
850,000 
90,000 
300,000 
30,000 

3,000,000 
300,000 
140,000 

1,500,000 


210 


250 


3,276 






251 


5,760 








252 


14,064 








313 


253 


6,500 




13 
14 




254 


6,656 






300 
190 
310 
286 
310 
217 
300 
257 
231 
290 
255 
273 


255 


4,100 




water and oil engine 


256 


65,520 


1,600 


114 
36 
60 
12 
12 
12 

218 
21 
19 
60 


3(57 


7,056 




258 


35,840 


840 




259 


8,816 




260 








261 


3,000 






262 


101,656 


2,314 




263 


12,000 




264 


8,534 


80 

1,470 

80 




265 


45,000 




266 


8,500 




267 


6,144 


9 

10 

743 




150 


84,500 
300,000 
771,280 


50,000 


169 
200 


268 


6,200 






'69 


, 22,200 






282 


465,634 
25,000 
750,000 
473,200 
400,000 
350,000 
500,000 
565,000 
550,000 


270 










271 


11,088 




50 
32 
24 
32 
40 
31 
54 




660 
560 
300 
250 
500 
525 
1,000 


1,745,500 
1,560,000 
750,000 
800,000 
800,000 
897,000 
1,733,500 


240 


272 


14,048 


350 
324 




■»7a 


9,171 




300 
280 
225 
270 
311 


274 


8,644 


electric. ._ 

electric . 


275 


17,600 




276 


10,948 


400 
594 


977 


26,208 


electric .. 


278 
279 


7,680 




24 
24 
20 

16 
14 
72 
16 
40 




300 
250 
350 
300 
250 
1,100 
310 
800 
350 
900 
500 


347,361 

500,000 

968,540 

400,305 

590,000 

4,000,000 

548,665 

1,392,585 

2,000,000 

2,500,000 

845,000 

3,200,000 

1,800,000 

1,500,000 

998,000 

380,000 

800,000 

840,000 

1,080,000 

340,000 


200,000 
200,000 
400,000 
201,107 
300,000 

1,000,000 
445,000 

1,500,000 
500,000 
508,000 
275,000 

1,000,000 
450,000 
500,000 
450,000 
95,000 
240,000 
250,000 
367,400 

67,500 


214 
300 
300 


280 


5,000 




water 


281 


7,696 


240 


9R9 






283 


5,760 




electric ._ 

steam and water 

steam. .. _. 

electric . 

electric 

electric 


225 
300 
301 
313 
311 
302 
288 
266 
272 
300 
300 
200 
280 
280 


284 


30,000 




285 


7,616 
18,336 
11,000 


348 

90 

400 

1,021 


286 

287 
288 


21,000 

11,400 


76 
32 
126 
29 
52 
43 
11 
20 
19 
30 

15 


289 
290 


25,000 






291 


8,200 




electric 


1,320 

440 
500 
526 
450 
250 
400 

250 


292 


10,560 




993 


12,000 


116 




?94 


3,000 




295 


5,686 


160 
200 
342 




?% 


6,896 




9Q7 


11,282 




998 


4,000 


water and steam 


170 


299 



34 



North Carolina Industrial Statistics 



Table No. 2- 



Mill 



Deep River Mills, Inc 

Riverside Mills, Ine 

Entwistle Mfg. Co 

Great Falls Mfg. Co 

Hannah Pickett Mills 

Leak, Wall & McRae, Inc. 

Ledbetter Mfg. Co 

Pee Dee Mfg. Co 

Roberdel Mfg. Co. — 

Steele's Mills 



Dresden Cotton Mills, Inc 

Jennings Cotton Mills, Inc 

Lumberton Cotton Mills ... 

National Cotton Mills, Inc 

Red Springs Cotton Mill Co.__ 

Ernaldson Cotton Mill Co 

The McEachern Cotton Mill 

Co., Inc.. 

St. Pauls Cotton Mill Co 

Draper American Mill ... 

Wearwell Sheeting Mill 

Wearwell Bedspread Mill Dept 
Washington Mills (Mayodan 

Plant) 

Edna Cotton Mills... 

Leaksville Cotton Mills 

Lily Mills (Caro. Cotton and 

Woolen Mills) 

Morehead Cotton Mills Co 

Nantucket Mills* 

Rhode Island Mill 

Spray Cotton Mills 

China Grove Cotton Mills Co.f- 

Patterson Mfg. Co 

Woodson Mills Co., Inc 

Corriher Mills Co 

Linn Mills Co - 

Barringer Mfg. Co 

Diamond Cotton Mills 

Ivy Damask Mill, Inc 

Kesler Mfg. Co 

Klumac Cotton Mills, Inc 

Marsh Cotton Mill, Inc 

Rowan Cotton Mills Co 

The Salisbury Cotton Mills 



Vance Cotton Mills, Inc. 

Nancy Mill 

The Henrietta Mills 

Cliffside Mills 

Alexander Mfg. Co 



Post office 



Randleman... 

Worthville 

Rockingham. 
...do 



.do. 
_do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



Lumberton... 

...do 

...do 

...do 

Red Springs. 
St. Pauls 



...do 

...do _ 

Draper 

__.do 

Leaksville. 

Mayodan.. 
Reidsville. 
Spray 



....do 

...do. 

...do 

....do 

...do.... 

China Grove. 

...do 

....do 

Landis.. 

...do _. 

Rockwell 

Salisbury 

....do 

....do 

....do.... 

....do. 

....do 

....do.... ..... 



....do 

Tuckertown. 
Rutherford.. 

Cliffside 

Forest City- 



Spinning 

or 
Weaving; 
Spinning 

and 
Weaving 



Both. 
Both. 
Both. 
Both. 



Both 

Spinning. 

Both 

Both 

Both 



Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 

Spinning. 
Spinning. 

Both 

Both 

Both 



Both. 
Both. 



Both 

Spinning. 

Both 

Both 

Spinning. 
Spinning. 

Both 

Weaving- 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Weaving.. 

Both 

Both 

Both 

Spinning. 
Both 



Spinning. 
Spinning. 

Both 

Both 

Spinning. 



Class of Goods Manufactured 



Ginghams, plaids and export fabrics 

Sheetings and drills 

Grey goods.. 

Drills, twills, duck and cotton rope 

Print clot hs 

Tickings _ 

Coarse yarns. 

Plaids and shirtings _ 

Heavy plaids and ginghams. 

Print cloths, pajama checks and wide 

sheetings 

Cotton yarns 

Cotton yarns 

Cotton yarns _ 

Hosiery and underwear yarns 

Hosiery and knitting yarns 

Knitting yarns 

Yarns 

Knitting yarn 

Cotton blankets 

Cott on sheeting 

Bedspreads 

Hosiery yarns _ 

Sheeting 

Outings, drills and ginghams 



Ginghams 

Carded cotton yarns 

Outing flannels and dress ginghams 

Cotton blankets 

Weaving yarns... 

Fine combed yarns 

Sheetings and hosiery yarns 

Damask 

Cotton yarns 

Cotton yarns - 

Yarns 

Yarn 

Table damask 

Sheetings _ 

Table cloth and damask 

Table damask and napkins 

Knitting yarns. 

Mattress ticking and shirting cham- 

brays 

Yarn 

Yarns 

Sheeting and yarns 

Cheviots and ginghams 

Knitting yarns 



'Owned by Carolina Cotton and Woolen Mills. fBegin operation Jan., 1923. {Bales. 



Cotton Mills 



35 



Continued. 



Number 
Spindles 


Number 
Looms 


Number 

Cards 


Power 


Number 
Horse- 
power 


Approxi- 
mate 

Amount 
Raw 

Material 
Used, 

Pounds 


Estimated 
Yearly 
Output 


Days in 
Opera- 
tion 
During 
Year 


No. 


20,272 


878 
188 
600 
275 
1,008 
300 


77 
21 
44 
36 
88 
33 
24 
68 
61 

64 
38 
61 
62 
24 
24 
17 

17 
49 
92 
80 
65 

126 
40 
12 

33 
20 
43 
60 
71 
54 
46 




1,000 
300 

1,000 
800 

1,500 
535 
300 
850 
940 

1,500 
425 
700 

1,250 
500 
225 
200 

- 350 

440 

1,750 

1,750 

300 


2,286,000 
647, 100 
1,500,000 
1,120,950 
2,500,000 
1,083,986 
920,000 
2,257,731 
1,644,543 

2,042,500 
1,044,411 
2,181,864 
1,838,292 
1,250,000 
1,188,463 
1,000,000 

185,288 
1,000,000 
3,460,684 
4,396,533 
3,000,000 


S 901,250 
150,000 
500,000 
840,000 
400,000 
750,000 
230,000 
1,686,392 
700,000 

1,000,000 
360,042 
657,221 
673,328 
750,000 
395,705 
300,000 

44,241 

250,000 

2,225,000 

2,000,000 

1,500,000 


306 
300 
310 
300 
308 


son 


5,672 




301 


26,880 




30' 


10,080 
45,440 


water, steam, and electric 


303 
304 


10,272 




305 


7,068 




263 


306 


18,752 


850 

879 

866 


steam, water, and electric... 


307 


21,260 




308 


35,500 






309 


14,496 




226 
226 
226 
262 
309 
312 

94 
300 
227 
299 
300 


310 


16,876 






311 


25,244 






31' 


15,360 






313 


6,960 






314 


5,300 






315 


5,040 






31fi 


19,200 






317 


32,848 


480 
498 
176 




318 


22,944 




319 


10,800 




3'0 


24,696 




Sffll 


25,300 


540 
624 

500 




1,000 
375 


1,372,000 
1,162,280 

800,000 
1,255,000 
1,306,000 
2,960,000 
2,250,500 


588,000 
600,000 

1,212,449 

275,000 

1,721,857 

1,921,896 

675,000 


307 
288 


3?? 


5,824 




3'3 


13,128 




3?4 


13,440 




400 
800 
700 
800 


266 


325 


17,500 


750 
270 




3'6 


13,936 






337 


25,968 




250 


3 9 8 


16,000 






3'9 


11,056 


170 

47 




570 


1,865,000 


526,000 


276 


330 






331 


9,072 


22 
58 
25 
30 
45 
62 
14 




300 

700 
275 
200 
200 
1,200 
150 
200 
175 

1,200 

500 

250 

3,300 

3,450 

400 


661,000 

2,102,000 

750,000 


249,000 
725,000 
110,000 


284 
290 

287 


33? 


16,868 






333 


9,484 






334 


7,396 






335 




36 
526 

78 
110 




75,000 

1,750,000 

500,000 

250,000 

1,140,000 

3,600,000 
924,588 
l,300t 
8,705,125 
3,510,000 
2,000,000 


100,000 
350,000 
200,000 
225,000 
480,000 

2,000,000 
495,449 


200 


336 


27,456 




337 


5,000 




285 
285 
302 

295 


338 


4,236 




339 


5,040 


36 

68 
32 




340 


30,016 


653 




341 


20,016 




34' 


4,500 






300 

309 
300 
310 


343 


75,116 
51,424 
10,560 


1,769 
2,075 


210 
135 
42 


water, steam, and electric... 
water, steam, and electric. . 
electric. 


2,488,476 

2,456,193 

670,605 


344 
345 

346 



36 



Xorth Carolina Industrial Statistics 



Table No. 2— 



No: 



PostofBce 



Spinning 

or 
Weaving; 
Spinning 

and 
Weaving 



Class of Goods Manufactured 



347 
348 
349 
350 
351 
352 
353 
354 
355 
356 
357 
358 
359 
360 
361 
362 
363 
364 
365 
366 
367 
368 
369 
370 
371 
372 
373 
374 
375 

376 
377 
378 
379 
380 
381 
382 
383 



The Florence Mills... 

Haynes Mill* 

The Cleghorn Mills 

Grace Cotton Mill Co 

The Elmore Co 

The Spencer Mill Co 

The Spindale Mills Co 

Stone Cutter Mills Co 

Morgan Cotton Mills, Inc 

Dickson Cotton Mills 

Prince Cotton Mills Co 

Scotland Cotton Mills 

Waverly Cotton Mills 

Efird Mfg. Co 

Wiscassett Mills Co 

Norwood Mfg. Co 

Oakboro Cotton Mills Co.t— - 

Laurel Bluff Cotton Mills 

Brevard Cotton Mills 

Bearskin Cotton Mills, Inc 

Everett Cotton Mills 

Icemorlee Cotton Mills Co 

Standard Cotton Mills, Inc 

Rodman-Heath Cotton Mills.. 

Harriett Cotton Mills. 

Henderson Cotton Mills 

Neuse Mfg. Co 

Caraleigh Mills Co 

Consolidated Textile Corp., 

Pilot Division 

Raleigh Cotton Mills 

Royall Cotton Mills 

Peck Mfg. Co 

The Borden Mfg. Co.. 

Ronda Cotton Mills, Inc 

Grier Cotton Mills 

Roaring River Yarn Mills 

Wilson Cotton Mills Co 



Forest City 

Henrietta 

Rutherfordton. 

....do 

Spindale 

....do.... 

....do 

....do 

Laurel Hill 

Laurinburg 

....do 

....do 

....do 

Albemarle 

....do. 

Norwood 

Oakboro 

Mount Airy 

Brevard 

Monroe 

....do 

....do 

....do 

Waxhaw 

Henderson 

Henderson 

Neuse 

Raleigh 



...do 

...do. 

Wake Forest.... 

Warrenton 

Goldsboro 

Ronda 

N. Wilkesboro. 

...do 

Wilson 



Both 

Both 

Spinning. 
Spinning. 



Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Weaving.. 
Spinning. 
Spinning- 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 



Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 

Both 

Spinning. 
Spinning. 

Both 

Both 

Both 



Both 

Spinning. 

Both 

Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 



Flannels 

Cheviots 

Combed yarns 

Fine combed yarns 

Mercerizing yarns. 

Fine combed yarns 

Fine combed yarns 

Ginghams 

Carded yarns 

Hosiery yarns 

Twisted yarn 

Twisted yarn.. 

Hosiery yarn 

Cotton yarns 

Carded and combed yarns 

Yarns 

Tire fabric yarns 

Coarse yarns 

Yarns 

Fine yarns 

Yarns 

Yarns.. 

Wide sheetings 

Warps 

Hosiery yarns 

Sheeting and hosiery yarns 

Chambrays 

Ginghams 

Chambrays 

Cotton yarns 

Sheetings and yarns 

Yarns 

Hosiery and underwear yarns.. 

Yarns 

Hosiery yarns 

Hosiery yarns 

Warps, cones, tubes and yarns. 



'Branch of Cliffside Mills. fStill under construction. 



Cotton Mills 



37 



Continued. 



Number 
Spindles 


Number 
Looms 


Number 
Cards 


Power 


Number 
Horse- 
power 


Approxi- 
mate 

Amount 
Raw 

Material 
Used, 

Pounds 


Estimated 
Yearly 
Output 


Days in 
Opera- 
tion 
During 
Year 


No. 


18,960 
10,280 


536 
560 


68 




1,100 


2,500,000 


S 968,000 


310 


347 




348 


7,328 


20 
18 




450 
300 
95 
250 
175 


791,912 
950,000 
525,000 
390,000 
575,000 


501,577 
480,000 
825,000 
458,000 
320,000 


289 

310 
300 
300 
300 
240 
299 
284 
284 
280 
278 
304 
262 
297 


349 


6,048 






350 








351 


8,704 








35' 


5,520 




20 




353 




252 




354 


14,196 


55 




850 

550 

600 

256 

500 

2,300 

4,000 

1,100 


2,400,000 
1,285,000 
2,500,000 
727,000 
1,358,000 
4,500,000 
10,333,000 
1,750,000 


600,000 
367,000 
625,000 
337,000 
384,000 
2,500,000 
5,000,000 
530,000 


355 


20,000 






356 


13,000 




85 
27 
56 
242 
475 
61 




357 


12,000 






358 


20,000 






359 


50,000 






360 


95,000 






361 


25,660 






36? 


5,000 






363 


4,500 




10 
10 
14 
6 
60 
22 
15 




125 
175 
150 
100 
450 
250 
180 
2,015 
1,667 
350 
600 

650 
675 
900 
625 
700 
400 
275 
160 
300 


200,000 
405,000 
525,988 
375,000 
2,265,055 
410,000 
208,000 
10,180,000 


100,000 
200,000 
97,000 
100,000 
550,000 
500,000 
240,000 
3,500,000 


220 
250 
192 
271 
223 
204 
208 


364 


4,100 






365 


5,000 






366 


2,500 






367 


10,000 






368 


9,264 


194 




369 


6,200 




370 


57,792 






371 


43,392 


132 
216 
484 

500 








37'? 


8,000 


22 
30 

41 

64 
52 
23 

74 
28 




911,313 
1,048,431 

1,679,661 
1,067,644 
1,809,970 
' 850,000 
2,500,000 
1,000,000 
1,120,000 
360,000 
875,000 


334,840 
735,000 

587,881 
325,000 
575,000 
450,000 
750,000 
450,000 
400,000 
200,000 
250,000 


293 
291 

268 
180 
274 
245 
300 
200 
298 
204 


373 


13,632 




374 


10,752 




375 


16,272 


electric 


376 


16,000 


186 


377 


5,520 




378 


18,500 




electric 

steam and electric 


379 


5,472 




380 


7,000 




381 


4,104 






water 

steam. 


38? 


6,240 




21 


383 











38 



North Carolina Industrial Statistics 



Table No. 3 — Mills, Number of Hours 



Mill 



Postoffice 



Number Hours Worked 



Day 



Night 



Aurora Cotton Mills 

Consolidated Textile Corporation, Hopedale 

Division. — 

Elmira Cotton Mills Co 

Gleneoe Mills 

E. M. Holt Plaid Mills, Inc 

King Cotton Mills Corporation 

Lakeside Mills 

Stevens Mfg. Co 

Consolidated Textile Corp., Ossipee Div 

Holt, Gant & Holt Cotton Mfg. Co... 

Glen Raven Cotton Mills 

Alamance Cotton Mills 

Bellemont Cotton Mills 

Carolina Mills 

Oneida Mills 

Sidney Cotton Mills 

Travora Mfg. Co 

Haw Mfg. Co 

Holt-Granite-Puritan Mills Co 

White-Williamson Co 

Virginia Cotton Mills... 

Rocky Face Spinning Co 

Watts Spinning Co 

Liledoun Mfg. Co 

Miller Mfg. Co 

North State Cotton Mill Co.f 

Taylorsville Cotton Mill Co 

Wadesboro Cotton Mills Co 

Bladenboro Cotton Mills, Inc. ..., 

Asheville Cotton Mills 

French Broad Mfg. Co.. 

Henry River Mfg. Co 

Alpine Cotton Mills 

Valdese Mfg. Co 

Brancord Mfg. Co., Inc -. 

Brown Mfg. Co - 

Cabarrus Cotton Mills* 

Cannor. Mfg. Co. 

Franklin Cotton Mills, Inc 

Gibson Mfg. Co 

Hartsell Mills Co. ---- 

Kerr Bleaching and Finishing Works, Inc 

Locke Cotton Mills Co 

Norcott Mills Co 

Roberta Manufacturing Co 

White-Parks Mill Co.. - 

Cabarrus Cotton Mills 

Cannon Mfg. Co - 

Halifax Cotton Mills, Inc., No. 2 

Tuscarora Cotton Mill 

Dudley Shoals Cotton Mill Co. 

Falls Mfg. Co 



Burlington. 



....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do... 

....do 

Elon College 

.-..do 

Glen Raven 

Graham 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

Haw River 

....do 

Saxapahaw 

Swepsonville 

Stony Point 

...-do 

Taylorsville 

..-do 

.-.do 

....do 

Wadesboro 

Bladenboro 

Asheville 

...-do 

Henry River 

Morganton 

Valdese 

Concord 

— .do -. 

—do 

.—do 

—do 

...do 

...do 

—do 

...do 

...do. 

...do. 

...do 

Kannapolis 

...do 

Mount Pleasant 

...do 

Granite Falls 

...do 



10 

105 



9 
10 
10 
10 
10 
11 
11 



•Branch of Kannapolis. tNew mill. 



Cotton Mills 



39 



Worked, Wages, When Paid, Etc. 



Employees 


Wages 


When Paid 


What 
Per 
Cent 
Read 
and 
Write? 


Esti- 
mated 
Number 
Persons 
Depend- 
ent on 
Mills 




"3 


a 

"3 
2 

a> 
fa 


IS 



"3 

O 


a 

J=-C 

Mfa 


c 

Is 

O cS 

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Mo 

Efa& 


l-a g 


No. 


350 

78 
168 

90 
203 

40 

35 


156 

35 
47 
30 
55 
55 
35 
10 
45 
57 
30 
29 
42 
38 
95 
35 
35 
24 
120 
31 
60 
50 


9 

7 

5 
12 
20 

5 

20 
7 

2 
5 
3 
12 

3 

3 

26 

6 

10 
20 


515 

120 

• 215 

125 

270 

115 

75 

25 

208 

182 

90 

66 

108 

106 

287 

77 

116 

60 

398 

132 

265 

130 


$ 4.58 

5.66 
6.87 
6.05 
5.00 
4.58 
4.58 
5.00 
6.66 
5.00 
4.17 
3.75 
4.50 
5.80 
5.75 
6.00 
5.00 
5.00 
7.15 
4.25 
5.50 
3.50 


$ 2.29 

1.00 
2.50 
1.83 
2.00 
2.02 
2.02 
2.75 
.90 
2.30 
2.08 
1.50 
1.90 
1.50 
2.25 
2.50 
1.75 
1.75 
1.83 
2.25 
1.83. 
1.60 


$ 3.33 

2.83 
3.91 
2.20 
4.00 
2.92 
2.92 
3.83 
3.55 
2.65 
4.00 
2.25 
2.15 
2.25 
2.15 
3.50 
3.50 
3.00 
4.33 
2.75 
3.33 


$ 2.00 

1.50 
1.79 
2.01 
1.80 
2.02 
2.02 
2.50 
1.12 
2.00 
2.08 
1.50 
1.50 
1.25 
1.50 
1.50 
1.50 
1.25 
1.83 
1.00 
1.51 


weekly 

weekly 

weekly. 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 


90 

85 
95 
95 
75 
95 


1,500 

400 
750 
500 

1,050 
300 
450 
50 
600 
500 
300 
300 
324 
550 

1,500 
250 
250 
200 

1,700 
350 
800 
130 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 


15 
143 
118 

60 


weekly 

weekly. 

weekly 

weekly 


80 
85 
80 


8 
9 
10 
11 


35 
61 
65 

180 
42 
78 
33 

252 
95 

195 


weekly 

weekly 

weekly.. 

weekly.. 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly.. 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 


95 
95 
90 
90 
98 
90 
87 
98 
90 
99 
90 


12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 


60 






weekly 


22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 








64 


40 
16 


4 


104 
42 


7.33 


2.40 


3.30 


1.92 




50 


350 
126 


22 


















74 


59 
37 
100 
100 
80 
20 
105 


10 
13 
30 

45 
10 
45 


143 
111 
415 
220 
250 
61 
245 
















61 
285 
120 
125 
31 
95 


3.00 

3.00 
3.88 
4.16 
3.00 
5.50 
3.50 
4.08 


1.56 
1.65 
1.33 
2.00 
1.20 
2.00 
2.00 
1.66 


2.66 
2.00 
3.00 
2.75 
2.00 
2.25 


1.33 
1.25 
1.00 
1.50 
1.50 
1.50 


weekly 

semimonthly.. 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly.. 

weekly 


90 
90 
95 
80 
60 


300 

1,000 

220 

450 

61 
500 

75 
300 
500 




daily 


75 
100 


34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 


75 
280 


41 

190 

150 

183 

65 

138 

60 

30 

300 

140 

58 

20 

1,000 

800 

18 

20 

36 

17 


30 

27 

26 

15 

5 

95 

3 

1 

200 

120 

10 

1 


116 

500 

275 

570 

200 

457 

175 

95 

595 

250 

124 

41 

2,500 

2,800 

40 

65 

76 

43 


3.13 


1.96 


weekly 


125 














360 
135 


6.00 


2.00 


3.00 


1.75 


biweekly 


90 


1,200 
600 

1,200 
350 
200 

2,000 
750 
384 


293 

100 

60 

200 


4.50 
4.84 
7.70 


1.40 
2.70 
2.40 


4.35 
4.00 
4.00 


1.20 
3.00 
2.00 


semimonthly.. 

biweekly 

biweekly 

weekly 


96 

75 
99 
95 


110 










63 














20 


3.75 


2.50 


2.50 


2.00 






1,300 






7,500 
6,000 
160 
60 
160 
100 


47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 


1,880 
22 
35 
40 

25 


7.00 
3.48 
3.00 
3.00 
3.00 


2.00 
1.83 
2.00 
1.62 
1.75 


3.00 
2.93 
2.00 
2.75 
2.41 


1.75 
1.33 
1.50 
1.50 
1.41 


biweekly 

weekly ... 

semimonthly., 
semimonthly., 
weekly 


90 
85 
95 
80 
98 



40 



North Carolina Industrial Statistics 



Table No. 3— 



Mill 



Postofficc 



Number Hours Worked 



Day 



Night 



Granite Falls Mfg. Co 

Hudson Cotton Mfg. Co 

Lenoir Cotton Mill 

Steele Cotton Mill Co 

United Mills Co 

Watts Cotton Mill Co 

Rhodhiss Mills Co 

Moore Cotton Mill Co 

Whitnel Cotton Mill Co 

Brookford Mills Co 

Blue Ridge Cotton Mill -- 

Hickory Spinning Co 

Ivey Mill Co 

A. A. Shuford Mill Co 

Geo. N. Hutton.... 

Long Island Cotton Mills 

Carolina Cotton Mills 

Center Cotton Mills Co., Inc 

Liberty Spinning Co 

Maiden Cotton Mills 

Union Cotton Mills 

Catawba Cotton Mills 

City Cotton Mills Co.* 

Clyde Mill Co 

Newton Mills Co 

Yount Cotton Mills 

J. M. Odell Mfg. Co 

Hadley Peoples Mfg. Co 

Edenton Cotton Mills 

Minnett Mills - 

Bonnie Cotton Mills 

Cora Cotton Mills •_ 

Dilling Cotton Mills 

Kings Mountain Mfg. Co 

Margrace Mills, Inc 

Mason Cotton Mills Co 

Park Yarn Mills Co 

Patricia Mills 

Pauline Mills 

Phoenix Mills Co 

Sadie Cotton Mills 

Cleveland Mill and Power Co 

Belmont Cotton Mill Co 

Buffalo Mills, Inc 

Catherine Mill Co 

Consolidated Textile Corp., Ella Division. 

Double Shoals Mfg. Co 

Eastside Mfg. Co 

Lily Mill and Power Co 

Shelby Cotton Mills 

Corley Mills 

Cape Fear Cotton Mills Co.f 

Holt-Williamson Mfg. Co 



Granite Falls 

Hudson. _ 

Lenoir 

...do 

Mortimer 

Patterson 

Rhodhiss 

Yalmead 

Whitnel 

Brookford 

Conover 

Hickory 

....do 

.__.do 

....do __ _ 

Long Island 

Maiden 

....do 

._._do_ 

....do 

....do 

Newton 

____do 

_._.do 

....do 

....do 

Pittsboro 

Siler City 

Edenton 

Grover 

Kings Mountain. 

....do 

.___do 

_.__do 

_.._do 

_._.do 

....do 

....do 

..._do 

._._do 

....do 

Lawndale 

Shelby 

Shelby, R. F. D.. 

Shelby 

....do.... 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

Cumberland 

Fayetteville 

....do __ 



*New mill. fOffice at St. Pauls. 



Cotton Mills 



41 



Continued. 



Employees 


Wages 


When Paid 


What 
Per 

Cent 

Read 
and 

Write? 


Esti- 
mated 
Number 
Persons 
Depend- 
ent on 
Mills 




"3 


"3 

S 

a) 


a 

6 


"3 

o 




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i-3 Ph 


to a 
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IS = 


No. 


103 


61 

77 
42 
50 


10 
18 
11 


174 
180 
126 
95 


1 4.00 


S 1.50 


$ 1.60 


S 1.00 






550 

540 

378 

30 


53 


85 






54 


73 














55 


45 


4.00 


2.00 


2.50 


1.50 


weekly . 


75 


56 

57 


39 

250 

95 


32 
150 
80 
75 
130 
16 
65 
49 
42 
45 
22 
30 
15 
10 
30 
58 
25 


4 
50 

50 

7 
5 

20 
4 
4 

10 

5 


75 
450 
175 
165 
465 

30 
163 
148 
114 
115 

51 
100 

49 

44 

60 
146 

65 


4.16 
5.50 


1.60 
1.75 


2.16 
3.00 


1.45 
1.60 


weekly 

weeklv 


99 
90 


147 

1,000 

525 

495 

1,100 


58 
59 
60 


90 














61 


285 


3.75 
3.00 
3.63 
5.00 
4.08 
2.75 
2.38 
5.00 
3.33 
3.00 
3.33 
5.00 
3.33 


1.35 
1.50 
1.32 
1.44 
1.50 
1.10 
1.74 
3.00 
1.25 
1.33 
1.50 
1.69 
1.50 


1.66 
1.87 


1.35 
1.25 
1.10 






6^ 


14 






63 


98 
92 


weekly 


75 


100 
500 
475 
150 
100 
300 

45 
100 

75 
350 
165 


64 
65 


67 
70 
29 
50 
30 
30 
20 
88 
35 


1.83 
1.65 
2.08 
4.00 
1.50 
2.00 
2.00 
2.10 
2.50 


1.36 
1.10 
1.65 
2.00 
1.33 
1.16 
1.50 
.92 


weekly 

biweekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly,. 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly . . 

weekly 


40 
75 
95 
90 
95 
90 
80 
85 
90 


66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 
75 


60 
240 
40 
35 
40 
90 
40 
50 
46 
98 
32 
125 
38 
60 


45 
230 
25 
30 
60 
60 
10 
40 
65 
47 
19 
50 
45 
32 


15 
30 

5 

15 
10 

6 

10 
45 

8 
15 

5 


• 120 
500 
70 
65 
115 
160 
56 
100 
156 
153 
66 
180 
83 
92 


6.66 
6.00 
3.33 
2.50 
3.50 
3.12 
6.33 
6.00 
5.00 
3.30 
3.00 
6.00 
5.00 
5.25 


1.66 
1.66 
1.50 
1.50 
1.25 
1.25 
2.50 
1.50 
1.90 
1.98 
1.75 
2.50 
1.00 
2.00 


2.50 
2.50 
2.50 
2.25 
3.00 
3.16 
4.00 
3.00 
2.25 
2.20 
1.91 
4.16 
3.00 
2.95 


1.50 
1.50 

1.50 
1.25 
1.25 
2.00 
1.50 
1.75 
1.87 
1.75 
2.00 
2.00 
1.50 


weekly 

weeklv 

weekly 

semimonthly., 
semimonthly.. 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly . 

weekly 

weekly. 

weekly .. 

weekly 

weekly. 


75 
70 
90 
90 
90 
90 
100 
95 
80 
90 
87 
90 
60 


360 
1,500 
185 
150 
350 
500 
300 
300 
400 
350 
300 
350 
200 
276 


76 
77 
78 
79 
80 
81 
82 
83 
84 
85 
86 
87 
88 
89 








90 


58 
101 
30 


19 
53 
18 
68 
30 
32 
o 

99 
20 
80 
50 
120 
40 
40 
40 


8 
19 

4 

10 

5 
10 

15 
12 
20 
10 
30 


85 
173 

52 
200 
100 

50 

40 
214 

70 
205 
130 
282 
153 
100 
200 


4.00 
5.00 
3.00 
2.60 
4.00 
2.58 
4.78 
7.30 
3.50 
5.50 
5.50 
5.20 
5.00 
5.50 
5.50 


2.25 
2.00 
2.00 
1.80 
2.00 
1.88 
1.76 
1.65 
1.66 
2.00 
1.80 
1.50 
1.35 
1.66 
1.50 


3.50 
3.00 
2.50 
2.50 
2.50 
2.20 
2.20 
4.25 
2.00 
3.00 
3.30 
2.80 
2.25 
3.00 
2.00 


2.25 
1.66 
1.70 
1.60 
2.00 
1.65 
2.20 
2.00 
1.33 
1.50 
2.00 
1.33 
1.35 
1.33 
1.00 


weekly 

weekly. 


100 
90 

100 
95 

100 
80 

100 
99 

100 

100 
90 
90 
90 
80 


150 
500 
100 
500 
125 
40 


91 
92 
93 


132 
60 
18 
38 


weekly, 
weekly . . . 

weekly 

weekly . 

weekly. .. .. 
weekly. . 
weekly... ... 

weeklv 

weekly. 

weekly . 

weekly 


94 
95 
96 

97 


110 




98 


40 
125 

65 
150 

93 

50 


150 
1,000 
300 
500 
200 


99 
100 
101 
102 
103 
104 


130 




105 



42 



^N"orth Carolina Industrial Statistics 



Table No. 3— 



Mill 



Postoffice 



Number Hours Worked 



Day 



Night 



Puritan Mills Co --- 

Tolar, Hart & Holt Mills - 

Victory Mfg. Co 

Rockfish Mills, Inc 

Dacotah Cotton Mills, Inc 

Erlanger Cotton Mills Co 

Nokomis Cotton Mills - 

Wennonah Cotton Mills Co... --- 

Amazon Cotton Mills 

Jewel Cotton Mills 

Erwin Cotton Mills Co., No. 3* 

Golden Belt Mfg. Co 

Lawrence Cotton Millt -- 

Pearl Cotton Mills 

Durham Cotton Mfg. Co 

The Erwin Cotton Mills Co., No. 1 Mill. 
The Erwin Cotton Mills Co., No. 4 Mill. 

Laura Cotton Mills 

Fountain Cotton Mills 

Hart Cotton Mills... _ 

Arista Mills Co 

Inverness Mills Co - 

Sterling Cotton Mills... - 

Acme Spinning Co. 

Chronicle Mills - 

Climax Spinning Co. . --- 

Crescent Spinning Co.. -- 

Eagle Yarn Millst 

Imperial Yarn Mills 

Linford Mills, Inc.§— 

Majestic Mfg. Co. 

National Yarn Mills, Inc '. -- 

Perfection Spinning Co.H 

Sterling Spinning Co 

Stowe Spinning Co.§ _ 

American Cotton Mills, Inc 

Gambrill & Melville Mills Co - 

George Cotton Mill**... 

McLean Mfg. Co 

Osage Mfg. Co 

Carlton Yarn Mills, Inc.tt - 

Cherryville Mfg. Co 

Gaston Mfg. Co 

Howell Mfg. Co - 

Melville Mfg. Co.... 

Rhyne-Hauser Mfg. Co --- 

Vivian Spinning Co., Inc -- 

Mays Mills, Inc 

Arlington Cotton Mills 

Arkray Mills, Inc.§ 

Armstrong Cotton Mills Co 



Fayetteville... 

...do 

....do 

Hope Mills 

Lexington 

...do 

...do 

...do 

Thomasville— . 

....do.. 

Cooleemee 

Durham 

...do _. 

...do 

East Durham- 
West Durham. 
....do... 



Roxboro 

Tarboro 

...do 

Winston-Salem. 

...do 

Franklinton 

Belmont 

....do.. 

.-_do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

..._do-.- 

...do 

...do 

....do 

....do 

....do.... 

Bessemer City.. 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

Cherryville 

....do 

....do 

..._do 

..._do 

.-._do.— 

....do.... 

Cramerton 

Gastonia 

.-__do 

.-..do.... __ 



*Branch of West Durham. 

fNot in operation within past 18 months; reorganized as Morven Cotton Mill. 

JMill organized, but not built. §Mill now under construction. UMill just starting. 

•'Temporarily suspended. ttNot running. 



Cotton Mills 



Continued. 



Employees 


Wages 


When Paid 


What 
Per 

Cent 

Read 

and 

Write? 


Esti- 
mated 
Number 
Persons 
Depend- 
ent on 
Mills 




_0> 


9 

"3 

s 

O 


3 
3 

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o 




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d a 

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No. 


140 
53 
100 
200 
174 
380 


85 
35 
50 
120 
160 
325 
87 
75 
65 
75 
185 
52 
55 
52 
108 
80 
178 
20 
40 
90 


8 

3 

30 

45 
10 
25 
19 
12 

8 

5 

18 
189 
264 

10 


225 
96 
153 
350 
334 
750 
187 
275 
169 
187 
709 
374 
100 
159 
370 
656 
726 
50 
110 
200 


S 4.50 
8.33 
4.58 
2.75 
4.66 


$ 1.50 
1.46 
1.65 
1.25 
2.84 


$ 4.00 
2.08 
2.33 
2.50 
4.33 


S 1.50 
1.30 
1.10 
1.00 
2.56 


weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly . 

weekly 


95 
100 
85 
95 
80 


500 
100 
350 
500 
700 
2,097 


106 
107 
108 
109 
110 
111 


90 


5.96 
9.00 
5.40 
3.30 
7.50 
7.50 
4.00 
3.66 
4.20 
4.57 
5.21 


2.75 
2.50 
2.20 
2.00 
1.77 
2.25 
1.75 
2.23 
2.24 
2.29 
2.19 


3.83 
6.00 
2.50 
2.50 
3.25 
3.50 
2.50 
3.33 
3.26 
3.23 
3.29 


1.66 
2.50 
2.00 
1.63 
1.91 
2.00 
1.70 
2.16 
2.05 
1.93 
1.80 


weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 


50 
90 
95 
90 
91 
90 


11' 


175 
85 
100 
524 
314 


700 
425 
400 
2,000 
600 


113 
114 
115 
116 
117 


45 




118 


102 
244 
387 
284 
30 


weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 


96 
90 
90 
90 


500 

1,200 

1,200 

1,300 

100 

500 

500 

1,000 

350 

500 


119 
120 
121 

122 
123 


60 
110 


3.00 
6.00 


1.50 
1.25 


2.50 
3.00 


1.16 
1.00 


weekly 

weekly 


95 
67 


124 
125 
126 


73 
132 


41 
73 


11 
35 


125 
240 


5.83 
5.34 


1.83 
1.33 


3.66 
1.74 


1.50 
1.09 


weekly .. 

weekly 


90 
95 


127 
128 
1'P 


86 
132 
101 


61 
94 
49 


13 
10 


160 
236 
150 


5.04 
3.48 
7.15 


1.92 
2.02 
2.20 


3.16 
2.93 
3.85 


2.06 
1.79 

2.20 


weekly 

weekly 


90 
85 


300 
600 


130 
131 
13' 










133 


91 


66 


9 


166 


5.04 


1.92 


3.16 


2.06 


weekly 


90 


300 


134 
135 


110 
104 


60 
57 


6 
9 


176 
170 


3.21 
5.04 


2.02 
1.92 


2.58 
3.16 


1.65 

2.06 


weekly 

weekly 


85 
90 


350 
300 


136 

137 
138 


100 


50 


6 


156 


5.04 


1.83 


3.33 


1.66 








139 










140 


85 
85 


75 
65 




160 
150 


4.00 


2.00 


4.00 


2.00 


weekly 


90 


300 
327 


141 
142 
















143 


100 

87 


54 
77 


10 


154 
174 


8.33 

3.33 


1.88 
, 1.60 


5.33 
3.33 


1.88 
1.60 


weekly.. 

weekly 


95 
90 


600 

400 


144 
145 
146 


110 


80 
50 
65 
37 


10 

5 

2 


200 
125 
150 
93 














600 
500 


147 


75 
80 


5.00 


1.33 


3.33 


1.33 


weekly 


90 


148 
149 


54 
















150 



















151 


40 


30 
175 

63 


10 
50 
24 


80 
675 
199 


1.88 
5.00 
4.50 


1.25 
2.00 
1.90 


1.66 
4.66 
3.00 


1.16 
2.00 
2.00 






80 

2,300 

500 


152 


450 
112 


weekly 

weekly 


75 
85 


153 
154 
155 


48 


18 


2 


68 


3.50 


2.00 


2.66 


1.50 


weekly 




170 


156 



44 



North Carolina Industrial Statistics 




Arrow Mills, Inc 

Avon Mills 

Champion Cotton Mill* 
Clara Mfg. Co... 
Dixon Mills, Inc 

Dunn Mfg. Co 

Flint Mfg. Co 

Gastonia Cotton Mfg. Co 

Gray Mfg. Co 

Groves Mills, Inc 
Hanover Thread Mills, Inc 
High Shoals Cotton Mills Co 
Jenckes Spinning Co 
Mildred Cotton Mills Co 
Modena Cotton Mills 
Monarch Cotton Mills Co 
Morowebb Cotton Mills Co 
Mountain View Mill, Inc 
Mutual Cotton Mill Co 
Myers Mills, Inc. 
Myrtle Mills, Inc 
Osceola Mills, Inc 

Ozark Mills 

Parkdale Mills, Inc 
Piedmont Spinning Mills 
Pinkney Mills, Inc 
Priscilla Spinning Co.* 
Rankin Mills, Inc 
Ranlo Mfg. Co. 
Rex Spinning Co. 
Ridge Mills, Inc 
Ruby Cotton Mills, Inc 
Seminole Cotton Mills Co. 
Shuford Mills, Inc.t 
A. M. Smyre Mfg. Co 
Spencer Mountain Mills 
Trenton Cotton Mills 
Victory Yarn Mills Co 
The Atherton Mills 
Dorothy Mfg. Co 
Lowell Cotton Mills 
Peerless Mfg. Co. 
McAden Mills 
Adrian Mfg. Co4 
Alsace Mfg. Co.t 
Globe Yarn Mills, Inc 
Nims Mfg. Co. I 
Tuckaseege Mfg. Co. 
Woodlawn Mfg. Co.t 
Catawba Spinning Co 
Lola Mfg. Co 
Harden Mfg. Co 
Oxford Cotton Mills 



10 


10 


11 




10 


12 


11 




10 


10 


11 

10 


12 


LOj 





*New mill — under construction. 

fMill organized, but not built. {Branch of American Yarn and Processing Co. 



Cotton Mills 



45 



Continued. 



Employees 


Wages 


When Paid 


What 
Per 

Cent 

Read 
and 

Write? 


Esti- 
mated 
Number 
Persons 
Depend- 
ent on 
Mills 




0) 


"3 

3 
fa 


3 

6 


o 


11 
.SP-3 


3 

&.- 
o'S 




-w C 

o'S o 


No. 


116 
125 


57 
160 


13 
15 


186 
300 


S 4.66 


$ 1.66 


S 2.66 


S 1.33 


weekly 


85 


275 
900 


157 

158 
















159 


70 


61 
40 
60 
52 
90 
68 
55 
28 
68 
450 


4 
10 
3 

26 

20 
10 
4 
15 
50 


135 
100 
138 
180 
200 
226 
185 
■88 
217 
1,750 


3.50 
4.90 
3.50 
5.00 
4.00 
4.50 
3.00 


2.00 
1.80 
2.00 
1.96 
1.66 
1.66 
2.16 


2.66 
3.00 
2.66 
2.66 
3.00 
2.66 
2.66 


1.50 
2.00 
1.50 
1.66 
1.66 
1.25 
1.91 






295 
200 
270 
450 
300 
350 
320 
125 
800 
5,000 


160 


50 






161 


75 






16? 


102 
110 


weekly 


85 


163 
164 


138 
120 
56 


weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 


85 
98 
98 
98 
50 


165 
166 

167 


134 
1,250 


2.80 
8.33 


1.75 

2.08 


2.30 
5.00 


1.60 
1.33 


168 
169 

170 


65 

72 


37 
47 
50 
31 
20 
40 
40 
41 

125 
40 
10 

100 


4 

4 

10 
13 
5 
5 
15 


102 

123 

125 

77 

50 

110 

131 

128 

250 

133 

27 

140 


3.08 
3.33 
6.33 


2.25 
2.00 
1.66 


2.50 
2.66 
3.00 


1.50 
1.50 
1.33 


weekly 


80 


250 
245 
125 
95 
125 
350 
275 
150 
750 
275 
105 


171 

179 


75 
42 


weekly. ._ 

weekly 


95 
98 


173 
174 


30 


3.50 
4.58 
3.33 


2.00 
2.00 
1.86 


2.66 
3.00 
3.00 


1.50 
2.00 
1.10 


175 


60 

78 
82 


weekly __ 

weekly 

weekly . 


75 
90 
98 


176 
177 
178 


120 










179 


78 
17 


4.50 
3.50 


1.66 
2.00 


2.66 
2.66 


1.25 
1.50 


weekly 


80 


180 

181 


40 






18' 


















183 


40 


60 
41 
100 


23 


100 
119 
323 












95 
90 
80 


150 
350 
600 


184 


78 
200 


4.16 
6.00 


2.41 
1.80 


3.00 

2.88 


2.00 
1.33 


weekly 

weekly... ... 


185 
186 
187 


61 
92 


25 
59 


5 
4 


91 
155 


5.00 
3.50 


2.00 
2.00 


2.35 
2.66 


1.00 

1.50 


weekly 


90 


150 
320 


188 
189 








190 


81 


40 
34 
70 

120 
60 
50 

125 
33 
75 
68 


14 

8 
6 
20 
25 
15 
7 
50 
10 


135 
102 
163 
276 
150 
150 
250 
65 
425 
187 
















191 


68 
85 
150 


3.50 
4.90 
3.50 
4.00 
5.00 


2.25 
2.25 
2.00 
2.00 
2.00 


2.75 
2.50 
2.66 
2.50 
3.00 


1.60 
2.00 
1.50 
1.50 
1.50 


weekly 

weekly 


85 
90 


300 
350 
600 


192 
193 
194 


70 






195 


75 






400 
750 
195 
1,200 
561 


196 


110 






197 


25 














198 


300 
109 


4.16 


2.00 


3.00 


1.66 


weekly 


80 


199 

?on 
















901 


62 
74 


28 
37 
55 
78 
38 
50 


9 

14 
9 

10 


90 
120 
132 
190 
111 
125 


6.00 


2.00 


2.63 


2.00 


weekly 


95 


250 
360 
350 
492 
250 
50 


202 
903 


63 
103 


5.60 


2.00 


3.12 


2.00 


weekly 


90 


204 
'05 


73 
65 


6.00 
4.66 


2.00 
1.66 


2.56 
2.50 


1.90 
1.50 


weekly 

weekly 


90 
75 


206 
207 

'08 


50 


40 


10 


100 










weekly 


90 


350 


209 



46 



North Carolina Industrial Statistics 



Table No. 3- 



Mill 



Gem Cotton Mills _ 

Minneola Mfg. Co 

Pomona Mills 

Proximity Mfg. Co... _ 

Revolution Cotton Mills 

White Oak Cotton Mills 

Cloverdale Cotton Mills 

Highland Cotton Mills_._ 

Pickett Cotton Mills, Inc.. 

Oakdale Cotton Mills 

Roanoke Mills Co 

Rosemary Mfg. Co 

Patterson Mills Co 

Weldon Cotton Mfg. Co 

The Erwin Cotton Mills Co 

Green River Mfg. Co 

Raeford Cotton Mills Co 

Dixie Cotton Mill Co.._. 

Mooresville Cotton Mills 

Bloomfield Mfg. Co 

Paola Cotton Mills, Inc 

The Statesville Cotton Mills 

Laura Ellen Watts Cotton Mill Co 

The Clayton Cotton Mills 

Liberty Cotton Mill Co 

Eastern Mfg. Co 

Ethel Cotton Mill Co 

Mobile Cotton Mills, Selma Division. 

Ivanhoe Mfg. Co 

Sanford Cotton Mills 

Caswell Cotton Mills, Inc 

Kinston Cotton Mills 

Anderson Mills, Inc 

Boger & Crawford Spinning Mill 

Elm Grove Cotton Mill* 

Eureka Mfg. Co., Inc 

Indian Creek Mills, Inc 

Laboratory Cotton Mills 

Long Shoals Cotton Mills 

Melville Mfg. Co., No. 2f 

Roseland Cotton Mills Co 

John Rudisill Mfg. Co 

Saxony Spinning Co 

Wampum Cotton Mills, Inc 

Williams Cotton Mill 

Lincoln Cotton Mills 

Alba Mfg. Co 

Clinchfield Mfg. Co 

Cross Cotton Mills Co 

Marion Mfg. Co 

Capitola Mfg. Co 

Barnhardt Mfg. Co _ 

Belbro Mills, Inc 



Postoffice 



Gibsonville 

...do 

Greensboro 

...do 

...do 

...do 

High Point 

....do 

....do 

Jamestown 

Roanoke Rapids. 
....do 

Rosemary 

Weldon 

Duke... 

Tuxedo 

Raeford 

Mooresville 

...do 

Statesville 

...do 

....do 

Turnersburg 

Clayton 

._-.do 

Selma 

....do.— __.. 

....do... 

Smithfield 

Sanford 

Kinston 

....do 

Lincolnton 

...do... 

....do 

..-.do _ 

....do 

....do.. 

....do 

....do 

....do 

..._do. 

....do 

....do 

.___do 

Southside 

Stanley 

Marion. 

.___do 

.._.do 

Marshall 

Charlotte 

....do.... 



Number Hours Worked 



Day 



Night 



Week 



"Idle. fUnder construction. 



Cotton Mills 



47 



Continued. 



Employees 



Wages 



KO, 



O C3 



T r -3 a 



53 a 

o 3 o 



When Paid 



What 
Per 

Cent 

Read 
and 

Write? 



Esti- 
mated 
Number 
Persons 
Depend- 
ent on 
Mills 



35 

238 

374 

591 

610 

1,068 

16 

151 

65 

87 

500 

375 

273 

56 

413 

81 

40 

75 

670 

50 

50 

100 

15 

65 

40 

40 

40 

100 

49 

98 

94 

115 

50 

71 



28 

97 

162 

253 

240 

457 

9 

92 

46 

51 

400 

375 

137 

63 

248 

44 

75 

30 

325 

25 

45 

100 

10 

60 

13 

30 

27 

50 

35 

56 

48 

125 

40 

49 



125 
35 



65 

335 

550 

844 

910 

1,525 

25 

255 

126 

143 

900 

875 

445 

119 

694 

135 

144 

125 

1,020 

75 

99 

215 

25 

125 

63 

75 

70 

150 

109 

160 

155 

250 

100 

120 



3.91 

4.34 
8.33 
3.85 
3.85 
3.85 
3.50 
7.00 
5.60 
4.20 



1.88 
2.10 
1.88 
2.17 
2.50 
2.17 
2.25 
1.50 
1.65 
2.25 



2.16 
3.97 
4.16 
3.70 
3.50 
3.70 
2.50 
3.32 
2.91 
3.10 



1.88 
1.96 
1.16 
1.89 
2.41 
1.89 
1.50 
1.35 
1.65 
2.00 



6.66 
6.00 
4.50 
4.20 
4^00 
4.00 
5.00 
6.60 
3.66 
3.50 
5.83 



1.88 
2.00 
1.25 
1.87 
1.50 
1.50 
2.03 
2.00 
1.50 
1.50 
2.21 



3.33 

3.66 
2.50 
3.24 
2.50 
2.50 
3.00 
4.30 
2.50 
2.50 
2.50 



1.66 
1.75 
1.00 
1.40 
1.25 
1.00 
1.62 
1.88 
1.50 
1.25 
2.00 



4.16 
3.85 
6.00 
6.00 
6.60 
3.75 
6.00 
2.50 



1.41 

1.33 
1.80 
1.80 
2.00 
1.55 
1.80 
1.70 



2.00 
1.55 
2.50 
2.50 
4.58 
2.00 
3.50 
2.00 



1.25 
1.33 
1.00 
1.00 
1.50 
.90 
1.50 
1.00 



4.16 
5.83 



1.75 
2.50 



2.00 
3.16 



1.50 
2.70 



weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

semimonthly.. 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

semimonthly,. 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 



96 



weekly, 
weekly, 
weekly, 
weekly, 
weekly, 
weekly, 
weekly, 
weekly. 



85 



weekly. 



100 



150 



1,400 

2,500 

3,000 

4,000 

50 

250 

400 

350 

2.700 

2,500 

1,750 

119 

2,000 

500 

250 

300 

3,000 

120 

150 

150 



350 
150 
150 
130 

400 



600 
335 
750 



100 
30 
45 
60 
70 
34 
24 
70 

100 
32 
60 
25 

350 
62 

190 
38 
50 
10 



35 
50 
65 
30 
16 
30 
40 
19 
32 
20 
300 
41 
92 
31 
25 



125 
50 
90 
130 
150 
70 
40 
100 
150 
57 
100 
50 
650 
108 
375 
69 
75 
18 



6.25 
3.00 
3.75 
3.00 



1.41 
1.60 
1.60 
1.60 



3.33 
2.16 
2.10 
2.50 



1.41 
1.33 
1.60 
1.10 



weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

biweekly. 



4.40 



1.87 



2.75 



2.20 



4.16 
9.61 



1.83 
1.00 



2.50 



1.83 
1.33 



weekly, 
weekly, 
weekly, 
weekly. 



3.75 
3.75 
7.50 
4.96 
3.75 
3.50 
2.50 
4.16 



1.65 
1.50 
1.75 
2.16 
2.00 
1.95 
2.00 
2.00 



2.50 
2.00 

2.50 
2.83 
3.00 
2.02 
1.25 
3.00 



1.50 
1.33 

2.00 

1.85 
1.50 
1.00 
2.00 



weekly, 
weekly, 
weekly, 
weekly, 
weekly, 
weekly, 
weekly, 
weekly. 



100 
150 
400 
,090 



150 
120 



140 

171 

300 

25 

1,600 



1,200 



48 



jSToeth Carolina Industrial Statistics 



Table No. 3- 



Post office 



Number Hours Worked 



Day 



Night 



Chachvick-Hoskins Co 

Elizabeth Mills Co 

Fidelity Mfg. Co 

Highland Park Mfg. Co 

Holly Mfg. Co 

Magnolia Mills 

Robinson Spinning Co 

Savona Mfg. Co 

Southern Textile Banding Mill- 
Johnston Mfg. Co 

Mecklenburg Mills Co 

Cornelius Cotton Mill. 

Gem Yarn Mills Co 

Delburg-Linden Co 

Anchor Mills 

The Thrift Mfg. Co 

Chadwick-Hoskins Co.* 

Aileen Mills, Inc 

Rhyne-Anderson Mills 

The Smitherman Cotton Mills. 

High Falls Mfg. Co 

Vass Cotton Mill Co 

Rocky Mount Mills 

Bellwill Cotton Mills 

Delgado Mills 

Belle-Vue Mfg. Co 

Eno Cotton Mills 

Elizabeth City Cotton Mills 

Longhurst Mills 

Roxboro Cotton Mills 

Greenville Cotton Mills, Inc 

Sapona Cotton Mills, Inc 

Enterprise Mfg. Co 

Franklinville Mfg. Co 

Randolph Mfg. Co 

Columbia Mfg. Co 

Central Falls Mills, Inc 

Deep River Mills, Inc 

Riverside Mills, Inc 

Entwistle Mfg. Co 

Great Falls Mfg. Co 

Hannah Pickett Mills 

Leak, Wall & McRae, Inc 

Ledbetter Mfg. Co 

Pee Dee Mfg. Co 

Roberdel Mfg. Co 

Steele's Mills 

Dresden Cotton Mills, Inc .. 

Jennings Cotton Mills, Inc 

Lumberton Cotton Mills .. 

National Cotton Mills, Inc 

Red Springs Cotton Mill Co.._. 
Ernaldson Cotton Mill Co 



Charlotte 

...do 

...do. 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do. 

...do 

North Charlotte. 

...do. 

Cornelius..., 

...do 

Davidson 

Huntersville 

Paw Creek 

Pineville 

Biscoe 

Troy 

....do 

High Falls 

Vass... 

Rocky Mount 

Wilmington 

....do 

Hillsboro 

....do.. 

Elizabeth City... 

Roxboro 

....do 

Greenville 

Ashboro 

Coleridge 

Franklinville 

....do 

Ramseur 

Randleman, R. 2 

Randleman 

Worthville 

Rockingham 

..._do_ 



...do 

...do. 

....do 

....do 

....do 

...do 

Lumberton. 

....do 

....do 

....do 



Red Springs. 
St. Pauls 



*Branch of mill at Charlotte. 



Cotton Mills 



49 



Continued. 



506 

70 

100 

480 



Employees 



264 
40 
50 

290 



47 



817 
110 
150 
770 



Wages 



Xpl, 



% 3.21 
3.33 
8.00 
3.75 



o OS 



1.69 
1.75 
2.75 



.2? a c 



2.50 
4.00 
3.00 



>T3 S 



1.02 
1.75 
2.50 
2.00 



When Paid 



weekly. 
weekly. 
weekly. 
weekly. 



What 
Per 
Cent 
Read 
and 
Write? 



Esti- 
mated 
Number 
Persons 
Depend- 
ent on 
Mills 



2,000 
300 
450 

2,000 



75 
170 
113 
54 
90 
120 
150 



51 

31 
60 
40 
100 



40 
125 
143 
2 
147 
263 
199 

88 
150 
163 
260 



3.00 
4.00 



1.75 
1.66 



2.50 
2.66 



1.00 
1.33 



3.00 
4.81 
4.00 
8.33^ 
6.66 
6.50 
7.33 
6.66 



2.50 
1.92 
1.65 
1.87| 

1.80 
1.50 
1.66 
1.66 



2.83 
4.50 
4.00 
3.00 
3.02 
3.33 



1.60 

1.16 
2.10 
1.70 
1.25 
1.83 
2.00 



weekly, 
weekly, 
weekly, 
weekly, 
weekly, 
weekly, 
weekly, 
weekly, 
weekly, 
weekly . 
weekly. 



100 



100 
300 

429 



45 
500 
492 

252 



400 
400 



45 

30 

62 

30 

45 

204 

116 

274 

147 

300 

52 

179 

108 

60 

75 

25 

40 

42 

110 

39 

270 

53 

115 

85 

227 

105 

32 

235 

180 

100 

76 

122 

171 

70 

40 

40 



45 
15 
48 
25 
30 
82 
69 

101 
42 

100 
45 

101 
63 
50 

125 
25 
30 
35 
85 
31 

136 
32 
45 
90 

165 
90 
28 

150 

180 

125 
39 
62 
96 
45 
40 
32 



90 

45 
112 

55 

75 
341 
188 
375 
191 
475 

97 
280 
171 
110 
200- 

55 

90 

97 
200 

70 
424 

85 
179 
225 
392 
200 

64 
400 
375 
300 
135 
195 
287 

150 
120 

82 



6.00 
5.00 
3.10 



1.50 
2.00 
1.70 



2.25 
3.33 
2.35 



1.20 
1.66 
1.30 



weekly, 
weekly, 
weekly. 



3.50 
4.33 
6.66 
5.05 
5.00 
6.33 
6.00 



2.25 
2.00 
1.50 
2.25 
2.25 
2.31 
1.58 



2.33 
2.83 
3.50 
3.00 
3.91 
4.16 
2.33 



1.83 

1.83 
.84 
2.00 
1.83 
1.75 
1.25 



semimonthly. 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

semimonthly, 
semimonthly- 
weekly 



100 
75 



90 



3.10 
3.10 



1.65 
1.65 



2.25 



1.25 
1.25 



2.55 

5.50 
3.00 



1.25 

1.92 
1.90 



2.00 
2.86 
2.50 



1.50 
1.35 
1.70 



3.25 
6.60 
5.00 
4.00 



1.37 
1.98 
1.60 
1.50 



3.85 
3.30 
4.35 
3.00 



1.37 
1.65 
1.55 
1.50 



6.00 
5.68 
2.50 
2.50 
3.00 



2.00 
1.83 
1.25 
1.25 
1.25 



4.00 
3.00 



1.50 
1.70 



4.00 
3.33 
1.66 
2.00 
2.00 



1.70 
2.50 



2.40 
1.50 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 



1.20 
1.00 



weekly 

biweekly 

biweekly 

biweekly 

semimonthly.. 

weekly 

semimonthly.. 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly : 

weekly 

semimonthly.. 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

semimonthly, 
weekly 



75 
100 
95 



400 

200 

400 

165 

200 

1,000 

1,500 

800 

400 

1,500 

400 



150 
600 
200 

200 



600 
200 

1,500 
300 
537 
700 

1,000 
450 



1,200 
1,000 
600 
350 
450 
650 
350 
225 
225 



50 



Xokth Carolina Industrial Statistics 



Table No. 3- 



No 



316 

317 

318 

319 

320 

321 

322 

323 

324 

325 

326 

327 

328 

329 

330 

331 

332 

333 

334 

335 

336 

337 

338 

339 

340 

341 

342 

343 

344 

345 

346 

347 

348 

349 

350 

351 

352 

353 

354 

355 

356 

357 

358 

359 

360 

361 

362 

363 

364 

365 

366 

367 

368 



Mill 



Postoffice 



Number Hours Worked 



Day 



Night 



Inc. 



The McEachern Cotton Mills Co 

St. Pauls Cotton Mill Co 

Draper American Mill 

Wearwell Sheeting Mill .. 

Wearwell Bedspread Mill Dept 

Washington Mills (Mayodan Plant) 

Edna Cotton Mills.... 

Leaksville Cotton Mills 

Lily Mills (Caro. Cotton and Woolen Mills) 

Morehead Cotton Mill Co 

Nantucket Mills* 

Rhode Island Mill 

Spray Cotton Mills 

China Grove Cotton Mills Co.t-- 

Patterson Mfg. Co 

Woodson Mills Co., Inc.. ...do.. 

Corriher Mills Co Landis 



St. Pauls 

...do. 

Draper 

...do 

Leaksville 

Mayodan 

Reidsville 

Spray 

...do 

...do 

...do 

....do 

....do 

China Grove. 
...do 



Linn Mills Co 

Barringer Mfg. Co 

Diamond Cotton Mills 

Ivy Damask Mill, Ine 

Kesler Mfg. Co 

Klumac Cotton Mills, Inc 

Marsh Cotton Mill, Inc 

Rowan Cotton Mills Co. 

The Salisbury Cotton Mills 

Vance Cotton Mills, Inc.— 

Nancy Mill 

The Henrietta Mills 

Cliffside Mills... __ - 

Alexander Mfg. Co 

The Florence Mills 

Haynes Mill} — 

The Cleghorn Mills 

Grace Cotton Mill Co 

The Elmore Co -- 

The Spencer Mill Co 

The Spindale Mills Co 

Stone Cutter Mills Co 

Morgan Cotton Mills, Inc 

Dickson Cotton Mills 

Prince Cotton Mills Co... 

Scotland Cotton Mills 

Waverly Cotton Mills.. 

Efird Mfg. Co 

Wiscassett Mills Co 

Norwood Mfg. Co 

Oakboro Cotton Mills Co.§ 

Laurel Bluff Cotton Mills 

Brevard Cotton Mills 

Bearskin Cotton Mills, Inc 

Everett Cotton Mills I do 

Icemorlee Cotton Mills Co 1 do 



...do 

Rockwell 

Salisbury 

...do 

...do 

...do... 

...do.... 

...do 

...do 

...do.... _. 

Tuckertown 

Rutherford 

Cliffside 

Forest City 

...do 

Henrietta 

Rutherfordton. 

...do 

Spindale 

....do 

...do 

...do 

Laurel Hill 

Laurinburg 

....do 

....do 

....do 

Albemarle 

....do 

Norwood. 

Oakboro.. 

Mount Airy 

Brevard 

Monroe 



"Owned by Carolina Cotton and Woolen Mills. fBegin operation January, 1923. 
JBranch of Cliffside Mills. §Still under construction. 



Cotton Mills 



51 



Continued. 



Employees 



Wages 



us 



S3 

o ss 






I'd c 
§•30 



When Paid 



What 
Per 
Cent 
Read 
and 
Write? 



Esti- 
mated 
Number 
Persons 
Depend- 
ent on 
Mills 



No. 



316 
317 
318 
319 
320 
321 
322 
323 
324 
325 
326 
327 
328 
329 
330 
331 
332 
333 
334 
335 
336 
337 
338 
339 
340 
341 
342 
343 
344 
345 
346 
347 
348 
349 
350 
351 
352 
353 
354 
355 
356 
357 
358 
359 
360 
361 
362 
363 
364 
365 
366 
367 
368 



52 
100 
460 
366 
200 
375 
115 
188 
119 

50 
200 
200 



36 
100 
137 
134 
100 
360 
105 
67 
57 
33 
172 
72 
76 



6 

50 

9 

.8 
15 

140 



94 
250 
606 
508 
315 
875 
220 
276 
186 

95 
400 
300 
178 



$ 4.00 
5.00 
11.10 
10.00 



J 2.00 



5.50 
4.59 



4.10 



2.50 
2.23 
2.50 



1.83 
2.06 



$ 3.00 
2.50 
4.20 
3.50 
5.00 



2.50 
4.52 



2.75 



S 1.66 



1.97 
3.20 
1.50 



weekly, 
weekly- 
weekly, 
weekly, 
weekly. 



1.50 
1.72 



weekly. 
weekly. 
weekly. 
weekly. 
weekly, 
weekly. 
weekly. 



85 

250 

1,500 

1,500 

1,000 



1,000 

1,200 

550 

300 

1,200 

900 



161 



4.85 



1.75 



.95 



1.60 



semimonthly.. 



37 

139 

27 

40 

15 

100 

45 

60 

63 

279 

150 



607 
105 
206 



34 
186 



392 
248 
40 
105 



20 



57 
219 



18 

200 

65 

68 

97 

465 

225 



3.33 
3.33 
5.33 



2.00 
2.00 
2.50 



2.66 
2.66 
4.16 



2.00 
2.00 

2.66 



6.66 
6.20 
5.00 
4.S4 
4.40 



4.00 
1.80 
2.11 
3.02 
2.00 



3.00 
3.20 
3.16 
4.25 
3.25 



2.66 
1.50 
2.00 
3.02 
1.75 



semimonthly, 
semimonthly, 
semimonthly. 

weekly 

weekly 

semimonthly. 

weekly 

electric 

semimonthly. 



980 
921 

145 
325 



3.33 
6.00 
4.66 
3.40 
5.63 



1.65 
3.00 
1.50 
2.10 
1.60 



3.00 
8.00 
4.33 
3.20 
3.30 



1.65 
8.00 
1.50 

2.42 
1.60 



weekly, 
weekly, 
weekly, 
weekly, 
weekly, 
weekly . 



75 
100 



75 
90 

100 
99 

100 



100 
95 



100 
95 



500 



165 

270 

50 

600 

65 

204 

300 

1,250 

675 

75 

4,500 

2,500 

400 

1,200 



96 

70 

50 

55 

40 

162 

120 

79 

124 

77 

78 

375 

450 

148 



59 
52 
75 
40 
28 
66 
80 
62 
53 
32 
39 
325 
550 



168 
127 
125 
105 
78 
228 
220 
161 
185 
113 
127 
740 
1,000 
246 



4.85 
3.85 
3.00 
5.20 
5.20 
5.00 
4.16 
6.50 
5.00 
6.00 
6.00 
7.50 
5.30 
6.75 



1.75 
1.65 
2.00 
1.58 
1.50 
1.60 
1.25 
1.65 
1.65 
1.65 
1.65 
1.75 
1.50 
1.50 



3.00 
3.85 
2.16 
3.00 
2.91 
2.75 
2.00 
2.00 
2.50 
2.50 
2.50 
3.50 
3.00 
2.50 



1.33 
1.65 
1.66 
1.50 
1.41 
1.60 
1.00 
1.50 
1.50 
1.50 
1.50 
1.50 
1.50 
1.50 



weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

semimonthly, 
semimonthly, 
semimonthly, 
semimonthly, 
semimonthly. 

biweekly 

semimonthly, 
weekly 



509 
350 
225 
350 
325 



600 
450 
500 
300 
350 
1,500 
3,000 
500 



50 
100 

46 
161 



3.00 
4.50 
3.50 
4.16 
4.58 



1.75 
1.50 
1.60 
1.50 
1.37 



2.00 
2.50 
2.33 
1.93 
2.Q0 



1.25 
1.80 
.66 
1.16 
1.14 



weekly, 
weekly, 
weekly, 
weekly, 
weekly. 



70 
95 
100 
85 
85 



250 



145 
375 



52 



Xorth Carolina Industrial Statistics 



Table No. 3- 



No. 



Mill 



Postofficc 



Number Hours Worked 



Day 



Night 



Week 



369 
370 
371 
372 
373 
374 
375 
376 
377 
378 
379 
380 
381 
382 
383 



Standard Cotton Mills, Inc 

Rodman-Heath Cotton Mills .. 

Harriett Cotton Mills.. : 

Henderson Cotton Mills. 

Neuse Mfg. Co 

Caraleigh Mills Co..^_ 

Consolidated Textile Corp., Pilot Division. 

Raleigh Cotton Mills 

Royall Cotton Mills 

Peck Mfg. Co 

The Borden Mfg. Co 

Ronda Cotton Mills, Inc 

Grier Cotton Mills 

Roaring River Yarn Mills.. 

Wilson Cotton Mills Co 



Monroe 

Waxhaw 

Henderson 

...do 

Neuse 

Raleigh 

...do 

...do __.. 

Wake Forest 

Warrenton 

Goldsboro 

Ronda 

North Wilkesboro . 

...-do 

Wilson 



60 



Cotton Mills 



53 



Continued. 



Employees 


Wages 


When Paid 


What 
Per 

Cent 

Read 
and 

Write? 


Esti- 
mated 
Number 
Persons 
Depend- 
ent on 
Mills 




CD 




c 
O 


"3 



H 




CD 

"£§ 
S3 

O 03 
►J PL, 


<d S 
•-'3 O 


*> c 

o 3° 


No. 


100 

34 

400 


42 
18 
200 
128 
46 
50 
100 
58 
65 
25 
50 
30 
60 
24 
30 


30 

2 
50 
22 

7 

25 

19 

50 
5 

5 


172 
54 
650 
550 
150 
225 
225 
158 
196 
125 
150 
65 
130 
50 
75 


$ 4.60 
5.00 


$ 1.66 
1.00 


$ 2.83 
2.25 


S 1.50 
1.25 


weekly _ _ 
weekly 


80 
80 


500 

119 

1,950 


369 
370 

371 


400 














37? 


97 
175 


6.40 


2.00 


4.75 


2.40 


weekly. _ 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 


95 
95 
100 
100 
75 
90 
100 
95 


375 
600 
500 
700 
600 
300 
500 
200 
500 
150 
250 


373 
374 


100 
100 
112 
100 


5.86 
5.83 
4.95 


1.83 
1.66 
1.40 


5.00 
4.16 

2.75 


1.92 
1.33 
1.25 


375 
376 
377 
378 


50 
30 

70 


3.00 
4.00 
3.33 
3.50 
5.00 


1.25 
1.25 
1.40 
2.00 
1.75 


2.83 
2.00 
2.50 
2.50 
2.41 


1.25 
1.00 
1.33 
1.75 
1.50 


weekly 

weekly 


379 
380 
381 


26 






38* 


40 


weekly 


80 


383 



CORDAGE MILLS 

The three cordage mills reporting show a capital stock of $447,300. 
Raw materials used, 2,125,000 pounds. Estimated value of yearly output 
is $740,000. 

Total number of horsepower reported is 90 electric and steam. There 
are employed 86 males. Estimated number dependent on factories for 
livelihood, 258. Highest average daily wage, $3.61 ; lowest, $1.50. 



SILK MILLS 

Three silk mills report with a capital of $2,060,000; 42,700 spindles, 
597 looms, 772 horsepower — two mills using electricity and one steam. 

The approximate amount of raw material used is 217,946 pounds, 
with an estimated value of yearly output of $1,410,000 from the reports 
of two mills. One of the three is a branch of Patterson,' ISTew Jersey. 

The total number of employees is 458. Of these 237 are males, 216 
females, and 5 children. The highest average wage paid males, $6.66 ; 
the lowest average, $1.58 ; the highest average paid females is $3.58 ; the 
lowest average paid females, $1.50. 

Average time constituting a day's work is 10 hours and 30 minutes. 



WOOLEN MILLS 

The number of woolen mills shown is seven, with a total capital 
(reported by four), $177,500. These mills employ 8,736 spindles, 438 
looms, 42 cards, 4 knitting machines, and employ 740 horsepower. The 
approximate amount of raw material used is 3,815,500 pounds, the 
estimated value of the yearly output being $3,636,771. 

The total number of persons employed is 872. Of this number 532 
are males, 308 females, and 32 children. The highest average paid 
males is $3.50; the lowest average, $1.80; the highest average paid 
females is $2.35 ; the lowest average, $1.45. 

The average length of a day's work is ten hours. 

Two mills report the use of steam for power, one water, one electric, 
one water and steam, and one steam and electric. 

Estimated number dependent on mills for livelihood, 2,348. 



56 



North Carolina Industrial Statistics 



CORDAGE 







Table No. 


1 — Mills by Counties, Showing Executive Officers, 


No. 


County 


Postoffice 


Mill 


^ President 


1 
2 
3 


Caldwell 

Catawba 

Burke 


Granite Falls 

Hickory 


Granite Cordage Co ___ 

Highland Cordage Co 

Ieard Cordage Co... 


G. H. Geitner 

Charles H. Geitner 

C. A. Spencer 







Table No. 2— List of Mills, Class of 



No. 


Mill 


Postoffice 


Spinning 

or 
Weaving 


Class of Goods Manufactured 


1 
2 


Granite Cordage Co 

Highland Cordage Co 

Icard Cordage Co 


Granite Falls... __ 

Hickory 

Icard.. 


Braiding. _ 
Braiding.. 
Braiding.. 


Sash cord __ 


3 









*Yarn. 



Table No. 3 — Employees, 





Mill 


Postoffice 


Number Hours Worked 


No. 


Day 


Night 


Week 


1 


Granite Cordage Co 

Highland Cordage Co 


Granite Falls. 

Hickory 

Icard. __ 


11 
11 
10 




60 


2 




60 


3 


12 


60 











Cordage Mills 



57 



MILLS 



Secretary 

or 
Treasurer 


3 

03 

M 

03 

OJ 


Capital 

Stock 


Product 

Sold 
Direct or 
Through 
Agents ? 


Agent's Name 


No. 




1907 
1915 
1921 


$ 20,000 

370,000 

57,300 


agents _ 

agents..- .. 
both 




1 


A. Alex. Shuford 

S. S. Short 


Various 

Various 


2 
3 



Goods Manufactured, Equipment, Etc. 



Number 
Spindles 


Number 
Looms 


Number 
Braiders 


Power 


Number 
Horse- 
power 


Approxi- 
mate 

Amount 
Raw 

Material 
Used, 

Pounds 


Estimated 
Yearly 
Output 


Days in 
Opera- 
tion 
During 
Year 


No. 








electric 


50 


*1, 000, 000 
1,125,000 


I 365,000 
375,000 


305 
305 


1 








2 


72 




102 


steam . . . _ 


40 


3 













Hours, 


Wages, Etc. 




















Employees 


Wages 


When Paid 


What 
Per 

Cent 

Read 
and 

Write? 


Esti- 
mated 
Number 
Persons 
Depend- 
ent on 
Mills 






"3 
E 


o 


"3 
o 


-c-a 


c 

O 03 


Highest 

Paid 

Women 


ferS H 


No. 


32 






32 
30 

24 


$ 3.33 
5.00 
2.50 


$ 1.60 
1.40 
1.50 


$ 


$ 


weekly. . 

weekly 


. 100 
100 


90 
90 
100 


1 


30 






2 


24 










3 



















58 



^"okth Carolina Industrial Statistics 



SILK 



Table No. 1 — Mills by Counties, Slwwing Executive Officers, 



No. 


County 


Postoffiee 


Mill 


President 


1 


Anson. 

Cumberland 

Guilford 


Wadesboro 


Singleton Silk Mfg. Co 




2 


Fayette ville 

High Point 


Hawthorne Silk Co.*... 




3 




E. J. Stehli 









•Branch of Patterson, N. J. 









Table No. 2 — List of Mills, Class of 


No. 


Mill 


Postoffiee 


Spinning 

or 
Weaving; 
Spinning 

and 
Weaving 


Class of Goods Manufactured 


1 
2 


Singleton Silk Mfg. Co 


Wadesboro 

Fayetteville 

High Point 


Spinning.. 

Both 

Weaving 

and 

throwing 


Silk yarn 

Dress lining silks 


3 


Stehli Silks Corporation 











•Branch of Patterson, N. J. 



Table No. 3 — Employees, 



No. 



Mill 



Postoffiee 



Number Hours Worked 



Day 



Night 



Week 



Singleton Silk Mfg. Co... 

Hawthorne Silk Co.* 

Stehli Silks Corporation. 



Wadesboro. . 
Fayetteville. 
High Point.. 



60 



55 



•Branch of Patterson, N. J. 



Silk Mills 



59 



MILLS 

Date of Establishment, Capital Stock, Selling Agent, Etc. 



Secretary 

or 
Treasurer 


a 
ft 

3 

c3 

a 


Capital 
Stock 


Product 

Sold 
Direct or 
Through 
Agents? 


Agent's Name 


No. 


Russell Murray 


1881 


$ 60,000 






1 






?, 


C M Barlow 


1914 


2,000,000 






3 











Goods Manufactured, Etc. 



Number 
Spindles 


Number 
Looms 


Number 
Cards 


Power 


Number 
Horse- 
power 


Approxi- 
mate 

Amount 
Raw 

Material 
Used, 

Pounds 


Estimated 
Yearly 
Output 


Days in 
Opera- 
tion 
During 
Year 


No. 


10,000 






electric 


50 


75,946 


S 85,000 


180 


1 


15,000 


325 

272 




•> 


17,700 






575 


142,000 


1,325,000 


279 


3 











Hours, Wages, Etc. 





Employees 






Wa 


ges 




When Paid 


What 
Per 

Cent 

Read 
and 

Write? 


Esti- 
mated 
Number 
Persons 
Depend- 
ent on 
Mills 




Male 


o 

a 


a 


"3 




*= 3 


QJ 

O 03 

k5Ph 


Highest 

Paid 

Women 


o 3 ° 


No. 


30 


40 




70 


$ 7.50 


$ 1.66 


$ 3.00 


% 1.50 


biweekly 


95 


250 


1 
2 


207 


176 


5 


388 


5.83 


1.50 


4.16 


1.50 


fortnightly 


98 




3 









60 



North Carolina Industrial Statistics 



WOOLEN 



Table No. 1 — Mills h\j Counties, Shoicinrj Executive Officers, 



No. 


County 


Postoffice 


Mill 


President 


1 


Ashe 

Caldwell 

Catawba .. 

Forsyth and 
Surrv -- 

Mecklenburg 

Rockingham 

Surry... . .. 




Helton Woolen Mills Co... 


Partnership 





Patterson ... 

Newton. 

Winston-Salem and 

Elkin. 

Charlotte 

Spray.. __ _ _ 

Mount Airy 


Yadkin Woolen Mills 

Newton Woolen Mills _ 

Chatham Mfg. Co 

Leaksville Woolen Mills 

Spray Woolen Mills (Carolina 
Cotton and Woolen Mills Co.)_. 


3 


W. E. Bacon 


4 


H. G. Chatham 


S 


J. H. Taliaferro.. 


6 








J. T. Monday 







Table No. 2 — List of Mills, Class of 



No. 



Mill 



Helton Woolen Mills Co.. 

Yadkin Woolen Mills 

Newton Woolen Mills 

Chatham Mfg. Co 

Leaksville Woolen Mills 

Spray Woolen Mills (Carolina 
Cotton and Woolen Mills Co.) 
Alpine Woolen Mills 



Postoffice 



Helton 

Patterson 

Newton 

Winston-Salem 

and Elkin 

Charlotte 

Spray 

Mount Airy 



Spinning 

or 
Weaving: 
Spinning 

and 
Weaving 



Spinning 
and knit. 
Weaving.. 
Spinning.. 

Both 

Both 

Both 

Both 



Class of Goods Manufactured 



Wool yarns and wool half-hose. 

Blankets and yarn 

Asbest os yarn 

Woolen blankets 

Blankets and wool cloth 

Blankets 

Yarn and blankets 



Woolen Mills 



61 



MILLS 



Date of Establishment, Capital Stock, Selling Agent, Etc. 



Secretary 

or 
Treasurer 


-o 

S 


Capital 
Stock 


Product 

Sold 
Direct or 
Through 
Agents? 


Agent's Name 


No. 




1900 
1918 
1920 

1877 
188.1 

1906 


$ 

50,000 
100,000 

700,000 
327.500 






1 


John R. Hagaman 

A B Kuhn 






2 






3 


Thurmond Chatham. 
J. D. Taylor 


agent . 

agent. . 


Clarence Whitman & Son, New YorkCity 

Wilson & Bradbury, Philadelphia, Pa., and 


4 






fi 


•J. T. Monday . 






7 















Goods Manufactured, Equipment, Etc. 



Number 
Spindles 


Number 
Looms 


Number 
Cards 


Power 


Number 
Horse- 
power 


Approxi- 
mate 

Amount 
Raw 

Material 
Used, 

Pounds 


Estimated 
Yearly 
Output 


Days in 
Opera- 
tion 
During 
Year 


No. 


300 
480 
800 


5 


1 set 

2 sets.... 

4 

22 
4 sets 

12 sets... 
3 


water _ 

water ... ... 

electric _ __ 


25 
35 
40 

400 
200 


2,500 

2,000 

320,000 

2,000,000 
250,000 

1,241,000 


S 3,500 

2,000 
120,000 

1,500,000 
500,000 

1,511,271 


80 
100 
180 

300 
150 


1 
2 




220 
48 

150 
15 


4 


1,800 




5 


4,900 




6 


456 


water . _ 


40 




7 













62 North Carolina Industrial Statistics 

WOOLEN MILLS— 







Table No 


3 — Employees, 




Mill 


Postoffice 


Number Hours Worked 


No. 


Day 


Night 


Week 


1 


Helton Woolen Mills Co 




10 
10 
10 

10 
10 

10 
10 






9 


Yadkin Woolen Mills 








R 






10 


60 


4 


Chatham Mfg. Co 


Winston-Salem and 
Elkin _ 






Leaksville Woolen Mills 

Spray Woolen Mills (Carolina Cotton and 
Woolen Mills Co.).. 


55 










6 




55 


7 



















Woolen Mills 



63 



Continued 



Hours, 


Wages, Etc. 














* 






Employees 


Wages 


When Paid 


What 
Per 

Cent 

Read 
and 

Write? 


Esti- 
mated 
Number 
Persons 
Depend- 
ent on 
Mills 




S 


a 

CD 


c 

CD 

H 
2 




"3 
o 
Eh 


-« 3 

cd ^ 
— 73 
.SP'S 


&2 
o s 


CD CD 

.»■§ O 


GO <U 

1-2 S 


No. 


3 
3 
16 


3 

2 




6 
5 
16 

500 
90 

250 
5 


$ 1.50 
2.00 
5.00 

4.16 
5.83 


t 1.50 
1.50 
2.50 

2.33 
1.46 


$ 1.00 
1.50 


$ 1.00 
1.00 


on demand 

weekly 

weeklv 

weekly 

weekly 


100 
100 
100 

85 
90 


18 
15 
50 

1,200 
300 

750 
15 


1 
2 
3 


300 
57 

150 


200 
26 

75 
2 


7 
25 


4.16 
3.63 


2.00 
1.83 


4 
5 


3 


2.50 


1.50 


1.50 




weeklv 


100 


7 



CHAPTEE II 



KNITTING MILLS 

Measured by the number of establishments, the amount of capital 
invested, the value of products, equipment employed, the quantity of 
materials used, and the number of employees, the hosiery and knit goods 
industry is second in importance of the textile group. In each of these 
particulars, establishments engaged in the manufacture of knit goods 
have more than doubled the past ten years. 

This industry is largely an outgrowth of the remarkable increase in 
the manufacture of cotton goods in the State. The principal products 
are cotton hose, half-hose, shirts, drawers, and union suits. There is a 
steady development toward the higher grades of these, considered now 
to be the equal of like articles produced in any section of the country. 

The industry shows an especially gratifying progress during the past 
decade, the value of products having increased from $6,082,360 in 1912 
to $27,352,354 in 1922, or 349 per cent. 

Amount of capital invested and authorized in 1912 was $3,876,360; 
for 1922, $34,786,500, an increase of 797 per cent. 

The quantity of materials used in 1912 was 13,149,423 pounds; in 
1922 the amount reported is 31,038,470, a difference of 17,889,047 
pounds, representing an increase of 135 per cent. 

The spindle increase for the ten-year period is 350 per cent; in 
knitting machines, 164 per cent; sewing machines, 300 per cent; horse- 
power, 263 per cent. 

The total number of employees engaged in this industry in 1912 was 
6,858; for 1921-22, 12,564. The wage level is lower at present than it 
was two years ago, but 90 per cent above the scale for 1912. 

One hundred forty-two mills producing hosiery and knit goods are 
reported active. Capital authorized and employed has increased from 
$31,144,146 in 1920 to $34,786,500 in 1922. Approximate amount of 
raw material consumed by these establishments, 31,038,470 pounds. The 
estimated value of yearly output reported is $27,352,354. Number of 
spindles employed, 222,037; knitting machines, 19,005; sewing machines, 
2,375; ribbers, 3,591; loopers, 2,647; number horse-power, 16,912. Adult 
males employed, 4,239; females, 7,676; children (under sixteen), 649. 
Total number of employees, 12,564. Number dependent on earnings of 
operatives, 29,658. 

Highest average daily wage paid men is $5.02; lowest average $1.89. 
Highest average paid women $3.14; lowest $1.38. 

Electricity predominates as a driving force in this industry, about 40 
per cent of the establishments reporting its use in their operations. 
Steam is second in importance, while the water wheel and internal com- 
bustion engine supply the power for no inconsiderable number of the 
smaller plants. 

Ten hours constitute a day's work ; week, 60 hours. 
5— 



66 



North Carolina Industrial Statistics 



Table No. 1 — Factories by Counties, Officers, 



No 



County 



Alamance - 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do. 



....do. 

....do. 
_.__do. 



...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

Buncombe. 
Burke 



_-.do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

...do 

....do 

....do 

_..do 

-__do 

Cabarrus. 

....do 

Caldwell- 
Carteret.. 
Catawba.. 

....do 

....do 

....do 

._.-do 



...do.. 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

Chatham... 
Chowan 



Post office 



Burlington. 

...do 

...do 

.-.do 

...do 

....do 



....do... 

....do 

Gibsonville. 

Haw River. 

....do 

....do 

Mebane 

Asheville 

Drexel 



Hildebran... 

Icard 

....do- 

Morganton.. 

..-do 

Valdese 

....do 

._..do 

_..do 

Concord 

....do 

Collettsville. 

Beaufort 

Claremont— 

Hickory 

....do 

....do 

....do 



....do 

....do 

Newton... 

....do_ 

....do 

Siler City. 
Edenton— 



Cleveland- Boiling Springs. 

....do Shelby 

do do 

do do.. 

Cumberland Fayetteville 

Davidson Lexington 

do Thomasville 

do do 

Durham I Durham 



Alamance Hosiery Mills.. 
Brown Hosiery Mills, Inc. 

Graham Hosiery Mills 

Juvenile Hosiery Mill 

May Hosiery Mills, Inc 

Sellers Hosiery Mills 



Standard Hosiery Mill 

Whitehead Hosiery Mills 

Gibsonville Hosiery Mills Co.. 



Childrey Hosiery Mills 

Max Lieberman, Inc. 

Riverside Hosiery Mills, Inc. 
Durham Hosiery Mills, No. ! 

Asheville Knitting Mills 

Drexel Knitting Mills Co 



J. A. Cline & Son 

Frazier Hosiery Mills 

Highway Knitting Mills 

Garrou Knitting Mills, Inc... 

Vandois Knitting Mills 

Liberty Hosiery Mills 

Martinat Hosiery Mills 

Pauline Knitting Mills 

Waldensian Hosiery Mill 

G. H. Y. Hosiery Co 

Hoover Hosiery Co 

Collettsville Hosiery Mills* .. 

Orion Knitting Mills t 

Claremont Hosiery Mills 

The Best Hosiery Mills, Inc.. 

Elliott KnittingMills 

Hickory Hosiery Mills, Inc.. 
Highland Knitting Mills {... 

The Real Knitting Mills 

Taylor Knitting Mills, Inc... 

Fidelity Hoseiry Mills Co 

J. R. G. Hosiery Co 

Ridgeview Hosiery Mill Co... 

Siler City Hosiery Mills 

Edenton Hosiery Mill 

Winner Mills, Inc 

Blanch Hosiery Mills 

Janet Hosiery Mills _.. 

Shelby Hosiery Mills Co.§... . 

Holt-Williamson Mfg. Co 

Shoaf-Sink Mill Co 

Ragan Knitting Co 

Thomasville Knitting Co 

Chatham Knitting Mills Co.. 



President 



Partnership 

W. W. Brown 

Dr. J. S. Frost 

Partnership. 

W. H. May 

Not incorporated. 



J. T. Black 

L. C. Chrisman. 
J. W. Burke 



W. H. Childrey, Owner 

Max Lieberman 

J. A. Long 

C. McD. Carr 

H. G. Alexander 

S. Huffman 

J. A. Cline 

W. Y. Frazier, Prop... 

W. Y. Frazier 

Francis Garrou 

B. F. Davis 

F. Garrou 

E. D. Martinat 

H. Garrou. ._ — 

F. Garrou 

W. VV. Flowe.-. 

S. D. Arrowood 

J. Grisett 

Henry Tull 

M. M. Smyre 

O. L. Hollar 

W. Lyerly 

H, A. Sacks 

T. B.Powell 

C. S. Grove, Prop 

Walter C. Taylor 

D. M. Ausley 

J. A. Gaither 

G. A. Warlick--.- 

J. M. Stout 

W. A. Leggett 

J. M. Allhands— 

W.[G. McBrayer, Prop. 

A. V. Victorious 

J. H. Hull... 

E. H. Williamson 

H. E. Shoaf 

J. H. Adams 

A. B. Finch 

A. W. Sorrell 



*Idle, May, 1922. fBranch of Kinston. JNew mill. §Idle during past year. 



Knitting Mills 



67 



Articles Manufactured, Capital Stock, Etc. 



Secretary 

or 
Treasurer 



W. M. Brown. 
J. E. Black... 



B. V.May 

D. E. Sellers, Mgr. 



John Shoffner 

R. H. Whitehead. 
A. B. Owen 



J. M. Cable 

R. K. Lasley... 

A. H. Carr 

W. Y. Frazier... 
R. O. Huffman. 

C. V. Cline 



W. Y. Frazier 

E. D. Alexander 

A. F. Garrou 

A. F. Garrou 

Henry F. Martinat. 

A. F. Garrou 

A. F. Garrou 

J. F. Goodman 

A. R. Hoover 

J. G. Greene 

J. F. Saylor 

L. H. Phillips.. 

W. L. Hollar 

E. Lyerly 

E. W. Walton.. 

J. A. Reitzel 



W. T. Taylor.. 
L. H. Phillips. 
J. R. Gaither.. 
J. A. Gaither.. 
L. L. Wrenn... 



A. B. Holland. 



L. M. Hull 

A. A. McEachern. 

T. L. Sink. 

A. H. Ragan 

E. W. Finch 

W. T. Cole 



><W 



1916 
1918 
1918 
1917 
1898 
1907 

1917 
1907 
1917 

1915 
1916 
1917 
1913 
1918 
1917 

1913 



1916 
1917 
1914 
1917 
1920 
1920 
1901 
1916 
1918 
1917 
1914 
1917 
1920 
1910 
1905 



1922 
1921 
1910 
1920 
1912 
1918 
1919 
1918 
1917 
1916 
1916 
1898 
1921 
1918 
1920 
1906 



Capital 
Stock 



10,000 
32,000 
18,000 



200,000 



50,000 
51,800 
40,000 



25,000 



10,000 
30,000 



50,000 

16,000 

150,000 

22,000 

2,000 



22,000 
34,000 
36,000 
10,000 
16,000 



Product 

Sold 
Direct or 
Through 
Agents? 



12,500 
20,000 
25,000 
31,000 
10,000 



100,000 
32,000 
15,500 

100,000 
12,000 
60,000 
41,150 
12,500 



10,600 
200,000 
65,000 
40,000 
50,000 
100,000 



jobbers, 
agent... 
direct... 
direct... 
direct.. . 
both 



direct. 
both., 
both. , 



direct- . 
direct. . 
agents- 
agent.. 
agents. 
both... 



direct. 



agent . 
direct. 
agent. 
agent . 
direct- 
agent . 
agent, 
agent . 
agent. 
both. . 



direct- 
both-. 
agent- 
agent . 



direct- 
agent . 
both-, 
agent . 
agent . 
both., 
agent . 
agent . 
direct . 
agent . 
direct- 
agent . 
direct, 
agent . 
both. . 
both.. 



Agent's Name 



May Hosiery Mills and others. 
Wilhaste & Corlett. 



May Hosiery Mills, A. V. Victorious & Co. 
and Jacob & Schey 



Ben Levine, Inc., New York City 

Stone & Warren, B. A. Levine, Beebe- 
Howes Co 



Hunter Mfg. & Com., Co., New York City 

Various... 

H. H. Condit, A. V. Victorious & Co., 
Jacob & Schey 



Various. 



Sutton, Romary & Nicholson, New York_ 
Waldensian Hosiery Mills 



Waldensian Hosiery Mills. 



Cannon Mills, New York City. 
Cannon Mills, New York City. 



H. H. Condit, New York City 

Daisy Whitehead Knit. Co., New York. 



Jas. Jamison & Co., New York. 
McDermott & Short, New York. 
Cannon Mills, New York City... 
Cannon Mills, New York... 



S. Jacobs, New York City 

A. V. Victorious & Co., New York City.. 



Buchanan Walker Co. 



Textile Mills Corp., High Point, N. C... 

J. C. Bossong & Co., New York 

Campe-Davis-Blair Co., New York City 



No. 



68 



North Carolina Industrial Statistics 



Table No. 1— 



No. 



90 
91 

92 
93 

1)1 
95 
96 
97 
98 
99 

100 



County 



Post office 



Mill 



President 



Durham 

...do. 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

....do 

..__do 

....do 

Edgecombe. 

.... do 

....do 

....do 

Forsyth 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

Franklin 

Gaston 

....do 

....do 

Granville 

....do 

Guilford 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

...-do 

Halifax 

....do 

....do 

....do-- 

Harnett 

Haywood... 

....do 

Henderson.. 

....do 

....do. 

....do 



Durham 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

— do. 

East Durham.. 

....do 

West Durham. 

Tarboro 

...do 

....do 

....do 

Kernersville 

....do 

....do 

Winston-Salem. 

....do 

....do 

....do.. 

....do 



Franklinton. 
Cherryville.. 

Gastonia 

Lowell 

Creedmoor.. 

Oxford 

High Point., 
.—do 



...do 

—do 

...do 

—do 

...do.. 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do.... 

—do 

Enfield. 

Scotland Neck.. 

...do 

Weldon 

Dunn 

Canton 

Waynes ville 

East Flat Rock. 
Hendersonville . 

.-do 

...do 



Iredell. 



Statesville. 



Durham Hosiery Mill, No. 1 

Durham Hosiery Mill, No. 2 

Durham Hosiery Mill, No. 6 

Golden Belt Mfg. Co 

North State Knitting Mills Co.. 

John O'Daniel Hosiery Mill 

Knit Well Hosiery Mills, Inc.*.. 

Louise Knitting Mills Co 

Tar Heel Hosiery Mills 

Panola Knitting Co 

Runnymede Mills, Inc., No. 1.. 
Runnymede Mills, Inc., No. 2.. 

Tarboro Knitting Co 

American Hosiery Mills 

Kernersville Knitting Co 

Vance Knitting Co._ 

Carolina Mills Co 

Hanes Hosiery Mills Co 

P. H. Hanes Knitting Co 

Indera Mills Co 

The Maline Mills 

Franklinton Hosiery Millsf 

Josephine Knitting Mills 

Patrick Knitting Co 

Eureka Hosiery Mills 

Granville Hosiery Mills Co.t 

Hemshaw Hosiery Mills 

Amos Hosiery Mills 

Commomwealth Hosiery Mills 

Crown Hosiery Mills 

Dillon-Vitt Underwear Co 

Durham Hosiery Mills, No. 3. 

Guilford Hosiery Mills 

Harriss & Covington Hosiery Mill 

High Point Hosiery Mills 

Piedmont Mills Co 

Royal Hosiery Mills..- 

Slane Hosiery Mills 

Whittington Hosiery Mill§ 

Enfield Hosiery Mills Co 

Roanoke Hosiery Co 

Scotland Neck Cotton Mills 

Weldon Cotton Mfg. Co.** 

Durham Hosiery Mill 

Crescent Mfg. Co 

Crescent Hosiery Co 

The Skyland Hosiery Co 

Freeze-Bacon Hosiery Mill 

Grey Hosiery Mills. .. 

Harkins-Hammack-Whitlock 

Co., Inc 

Hall Hosiery Co 



C. McD. Carr.. 

C. McD. Carr— 

C. McD. Carr 

G. W. Hundley 

C. McD. Carr... 

C. McD. Carr 

T. A. Clark 

E. C. Stone 

J. S. Carr, Jr 

C. W. Jeffreys, Prop. 

Geo. Howard 

Geo. Howard 

A. McDowell 

O. W. Kerner 

J. A. Adams.. 

M. Vance Fulp 

W. L. Siewers 

J. G. Hanes 

P. H. Hanes, Sr 

W. L. Siewers 

W. L. Siewers 



S. S. Mauney 

L. N. Patrick, Prop. 

C. M. Roberson 

G. H. Dove 

H. M. Shaw, Prop.. 



R. B. Ragan 

R. R. Regan 

W. P. Dillon 

C. McD. Carr 

E. F. Kearns 

F. W. Harris 

J. E. Millis... 

J. H. Adams 

T. A. Kearns 

W. H. Slane, Prop... 

G. C. Howard 

Ivey Watson 

A. McDowell 

A. McDowell 

W. T. Shaw 

S. B. Ferrell, Mgr.. . 

B. W. Montgomery. 

L. M. Pittman 

M. G. Starrett 

J. O. Bell 

Partnership 



*Not running since April 1, 1922. 
"Listed under Cotton Mills, also. 



tNot completed. Jldle May, 1922. 
tflncluded in capital stock of No. 1. 



R. M. Oates... 
D. M. Ansley. 

§Mill idle. 



Knitting Mills 



69 



Continued. 



Secretary 

or 
Treasurer 



>*a 



Capital 
Stock 



Product 

Sold 
Direct or 
Through 
Agents? 



Agent's Name 



No. 



W. F. 
W. F. 
W. F. 
C. A. 
W. J. 
A. H. 
H. H. 
K. C. 
W. F. 



Carr 

Carr 

Carr 

Moore.. 
Berry... 

Carr 

Mullen. 
Stone.. 
Carr 



1898 
1898 
1915 
1899 
1913 
1920 
1918 
1914 
1919 



87,910,000 



tt 

1,500,000 
500,000 
185,000 
19,100 
180,000 
200,000 



W. W. Euffin 

W. W. Euffin 

C. W. Jeffreys... 

J. G. Kerner 

H. A. Millis 

Jas. J. Griffith... 
F. D. Tillotson.. 

J. N. Weeks 

P. H. Hanes, Jr. 

J. L. Kergin 

W. L. Siewers 

C. L. McGhee.... 

D. R. Mauney... 



1901 
1907 
1918 
1912 
1918 
1920 
1903 
1914 
1903 
1922 
1902 
1920 
1922 



T. D. Phillips. 
N. J. Boddie.. 



R. T. 
E. W. 
G. H 
P. M. 
A. H 
T. A. 
W. C 
H. A 
J. E. 
J. W. 



Amos, Mgr. 

Freezer 

. Kearns 

Dillon 

Carr 

Kearns.- 

Covington. . 

Millis 

Millis 

Kearns 



1918 
1919 
1917 
1916 
1917 
1913 
1919 



120,000 
37,000 
56,900 

100,000 
40,000 
40,000 
40,000 

250,000 
,750,000 

500,000 

200,000 

100,000 
30,000 
24,000 
10,400 
50,000 
25,000 

150,000 

3,750 

45,000 

25,000 



J. K. Hayes 

L. D. Tucker.... 
Henry T. Clark. 
Henry T. Clark. 
W. A. Pierce 



W. W. Lancaster. 

F. A. Cherry 

E. H. Wells 

R. P. Freeze 



1920 
1920 
1904 
1909 
1916 
1912 
1918 
1910 
1920 
1889 
1899 
1919 
1918 



45,000 

60,000 

70,000 

40,000 

15,000 

23,000 

13,200 

100,000 

80,000 

150,000 

100,000 



agent . 
agent . 



Hunter Mfg. &Com. Co., New York City 
Hunter Mfg. & Com. Co., New York City 



direct, 
both. . 

direct- 



agent 

agent 

direct ... 

direct 

direct 

both 

direct 

commission. 

agent 

agent 

agent 

direct 



Cannon Mills, New York City. 
Durham Hosiery Mills 



Jobbers. 



Maline Mills 

Chas. Chipman Sons Co., New York. 



direct. 
agent . 



Cannon Mills, New York City- 



agent . 
both.. 



Sutton, Rosemary & Nickolson. 
Sell jobbers.. 



agent . 
both.. 
agent . 
agent. 



Cannon Mills, Jacob & Schey. 



Wm. Iselin & Co., New York City- 
Hunter Mfg. & Com. Co 



agents. 
agent.- 
direct.. 



Various. 



agent. 



both., 
direct, 
direct- 
agent . 



J. P. Quinlan, New York City. 



agent . 



Wm. H. Shelp & Co., New York City.... 
E. M. Townsend & Co., New York City.. 



G. T. Whitlock. 
W. F. Hall, Jr.. 



1907 
1914 
1916 

1921 
1922 



36,100 
192,250 

37,000 
120,000 

15,000 
60,000 



agent . 
direct, 
agent . 



Chas. Chipman Sons, Inc., New York City 

Cannon Mills, New York City 

E. M. Townsend & Co., New York City.. 



both. 



50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 
75 
76 
77 
78 
79 
30 
81 
82 
83 
84 
85 
86 
87 
SS 
S9 
90 
91 
92 
93 
94 
95 
96 
97 



99 
100 



70 



North Carolina Industrial Statistics 



Table No. 1— 



Xo 



County 



Postoffice 



Mill 



President 



101 
102 

103 
104 

105 
106 
107 
108 
109 
110 
111 
112 
113 
114 

115 
116 
117 
118 
119 
120 
121 
122 
123 
124 
125 
126 
127 
128 

129 
130 
131 
132 
133 
134 
135 
136 
137 
138 
139 
140 

141 
142 



Iredell .. 
...do... 



Lee 

Lenoir. 



McDowell 

....do 

....do 

Mecklenburg. . 
Montgomery. . 

Moore 

....do 

Nash 

New Hanover- 
Orange 



...do 

Pasquotank.. 

...do 

...do 

...do 

Pender 

Pitt.... 

Polk 

Randolph 

...do 

....do 

....do 

Richmond 

Rockingham. 



....do 

Rutherford- 
Stanly 

...do 

Surry.. 

Union ... 

VaDce 

Wake 

...do 

....do 

....do 

Wayne . 



Wilkes. 
Wilson. 



Statesville. 
...do 



Jonesboro. 
Kinston... 



Marion 

...do 

...do 

Charlotte 

Troy 

Cameron 

Carthage 

Rocky Mount. 

Wilmington 

Carrboro 



Efland 

Elizabeth City. 

....do 

...do 

....do 

Atkinson .- 

Greenville 

Tryon 

Ashboro 

....do __- 

Randleman 

Staley 

Ellerbe 

Leaksville 



Mayodan 

Spindale 

Albemarle 

...do 

Mount Airy 

Monroe 

Henderson 

Holly Springs. 

Raleigh 

...do 

Wendell 

Goldsboro 



Queen Knitting Mills. 
Walton Hosiery Mills. 



Louise Knitting Mills Co. 
Orion Knitting Mills 



F. B. Bunch 

J. Walton, Sr., and J. 

Walton, Jr., Prop 

E. C. Stone 

Dr. H. Tull 



Elizabeth James Mills 

McDowell Mills Co 

Marion Knitting Mills, Inc 

Charlotte Knitting Co 

Troy Knitting Mill Co 

Regal Hosiery Mills Co 

Bismark Hosiery Mills, Inc 

Rocky Mount Hosiery Co 

Wilmington Hosiery Mills, Inc.. 
Durham Hosiery Mills, No. 4 & 



Efland Hosiery Mills. 

Elizabeth City Hosiery Co 

Ideal Hosiery Co., Inc. 

Pasquotank Hosiery Co... ... 

Standard Mfg. Co 

Atkinson Hosiery Mills Co 

Greenville Hosiery Mills* 

Tryon Hosiery Mfg. Co.f 

Acme Hosiery Mills 

Ashboro Hosiery Mills 

Randleman Hosiery Mills, Inc 

Staley Hosiery Mill Co 

Ellerbe Knitting Mills 

Carolina Cotton and Woolen Mill 

Co. (Athena Mill Dept.) 

Washington Mills (Mayo Mills)... 

Parsley Tanner, Inc 

Lillian Knitting Mills Co... 

Wiscassett Mills Co 

Renfro Hosiery Mills... 

Iceman Knitting Mills, Inc 

Henderson Hosiery Co 

Crystal Hosiery Mill t 

Glenwood Knitting MillJ 

Melrose Knitting Mills Co 

Wendell Hosiery Mill Co 

Durham Hosiery Mill, No. 5 



C. F. James, Prop. 

C. F. James 

W. W. Neal 

Chas. L. Okey 

J. C. Hurley...... 

R. D. Jones 

J. R. McQueen 

J. C. Braswell 

John H. Kuck 

Branch Durham 

Hosiery Mills 

M. P. Efland 

C. H. Robinson 

M. G. Morrisette 

N. Burfoot 

D. Von Horn 

John T. Hoggard— 



J. B. Hester 

W. J. Armfield, Jr. 

C. C. Cranford 

J. J. Newlin 

C. P. Fox_ 

J. R. Wall.... 



H. P. Shedd 

F. H. Fries 

B. B. Daggett 

J. S. Efird 

J. C. Leslie... 

W. G. Sydnor 

Chas. Iceman 

E. S. Yarbrough 

W. A. Segroves 

W. E. Ratcliff, Mgr. 

C. J. Hunter 

J. A. Wall... 

C. M. Carr.. 



N. Wilkesboro 

Wilson 



Wilkes Hosiery Mills Co 

Wilson Knitting Mills, Inc. 



P. W. Eshelman. 
A. McDowell 



•Branch of Scotland Neck Cotton Mill. fldle. {Idle, 1921. 



Knitting Mills 



71 



Continued. 



Secretary 

or 
Treasurer 



><H 



Capital 
Stock 



Product 

Sold 
Direct or 
Through 
Agents? 



Agent's Name 



No. 



R. C. Bunch. 



K. C. Stone.. 
J. F. Taylor. 



C. V. Lael 

F. G. Neal 

J. H. McEwen.. 

Barna Allen 

Chas. C. Jones. 
W. H. Cuirie... 

A. M. Burt 

R. E. Calder— . 



1917 

1912 
1914 
1890 

1918 
1921 
1909 
1917 
1918 
1908 
1917 
1905 
1915 



8100,000 

20,000 
180,000 
150,000 



both. 



16,000 
13,000 
65,000 
1,000 
10,000 
23,600 
75,000 
150,000 



agent . 
agent . 
agent . 

agent . 
agent, 
agent- 
agent . 
both.. 



Porter Bros. & Co., New York & Boston. 

Cannon Mills, New York City 

Norman Gould, New York, Chas. Miller, 

Cincinnati 

Hosiery Mills Co., Chicago 

Hosiery Mills, Co., Chicago 

J. C. Bossong & Co., New York City 

Okey & Crawford, New York City 



agent 

both Cannon Mills, New York City- 
agent Porter Bros. & Co., New York 

agent Hinchman, Vezin & Co., New York. 



101 

102 
103 

104 
105 
106 
107 
108 
109 
110 
111 
112 
113 

114 
115 
116 
117 
118 
119 
120 
121 
122 
123 
124 
125 
126 
127 

128 
129 
130 
131 
132 
133 
134 
135 
136 
137 
138 
139 

140 

141 
142 



J. L. Efland 

G. F. Seyffert.... 
Urner G. Davis... 
W. H. Jennings... 
H. W. Morrisette. 
E. A. Hawes, Jr.. 

H. T. Clark 

Henry Bray 

D. B. McCrary— 
N. M. Cranford.. 

A. N. Bulla 

C. M. Staley 

B. B. Farlow 



E. D. Pitcher 

A. H. Bohnson 

P. E. Moran, Treas. 

A. L. Patterson 

M. A. Boger 

T. C. Barber 

Belle Poyner 

W. A. Hunt 

R. F. Collins 



1913 
1902 
1917 
1914 
1918 
1917 
1918 
1912 
1909 
1917 
1892 
1918 
1916 



22,250 
328,000 
51,150 
24,000 
19,500 
100,000 



both... 
both... 
agent., 
agent., 
agents, 
direct.. 



I. Cozzens Co., New York City... 
Stamper & Kaiser 

F. A. Williams, New York City- 
United Mills Co., F. A. Williams. 



60,000 
26,000 
125,000 
26,850 
17,500 
50,000 



agents, 
direct. . 
both... 
direct., 
direct. . 
agent.. 



J. C. Bossong & Co., New York City. 
Cannon Mills, New York City 



1895 
1914 
1905 
1898 
1921 
1921 
1916 
1917 
1911 



2,250,000 
62,700 
68,600 
1,200,000 
50,000 
300,000 
100,000 
25,000 



direct., 
direct. . 
agents- 
agents. 
agent.. 
agent., 
agent., 
agents- 
direct. . 



E. M. Townsend & Co., New York 

Cannon Mills, New York 

Cannon Mills, New York City.. 

Campe-Davis-Blair Co., New York City. 

Clift & Goodrich, New York City 

John M. Given Co., New York City 



V. O. Parker. 
M. A. Griffin. 
W. F. Carr— . 



J. N. Weeks.. 
C. W. Jeffreys 



1912 
1897 



1920 
1907 



57,000 

20,000 

7,925,000 

14,600 
50,000 



agent . 
direct, 
agent . 

agent . 
direct - 



Clift & Goodrich- 



Durham Hosiery Dept. of Hunter Mfg. 
Co 

Chas. Chipman Sons, New York City.. 



72 



North Carolina Industrial Statistics 



Table No. 2 — Showing Value of Plant, 



No. 



Mill 



Postoffice 



Spinning 

or 
Knitting? 



Class of Goods Manufactured 



Alamance Hosiery Mills . 

Brown Hosiery Mills, Inc 

Graham Hosiery Mills 

Juvenile Hosiery Mill 

May Hosiery Mills, Inc 

Sellers Hosiery Mills_. _. 

Standard Hosiery Mill 

Whitehead Hosiery Mills 

Gibsonville Hosiery Mills Co._ 

Childrey Hosiery Mills 

Max Lieberman, Inc 

Riverside Hosiery Mills, Inc.. 
Durham Hosiery Mills, No. 8_ 

Asheville Knitting Mills 

Drexel Knitting Mills Co 

J. A. Cline & Son _ 

Frazier Hosiery Mills 

Highway Knitting Mills 

Garrou Knitting Mills, Inc 

Vandois Knitting Mills 



Liberty Hosiery Mills 

Martinat Hosiery Mills 

Pauline Knitting Mills 

Waldensian Hosiery Mills. 

G. H. Y. Hosiery Co 

Hoover Hosiery Co 

Collettsville Hosiery Mills* 



Orion Knitting Mills§ 

Claremont Hosiery Mills. 



The Best Hosiery Mills, Inc. 
Elliott Knitting Mills 



Hickory Hosiery Mills, Inc. 
Highland Knitting Millst--- 

The Real Knitting Mills 

Taylor Knitting Mills, Inc. 

Fidelity Hosiery Mills Co... 

J. R. G. Hosiery Co 

Ridgeview Hosiery Mill Co. 

Siler City Hosiery Mills 

Edenton Hosiery Mill 

Winner Mills, Inc 

Blanch Hosiery Mills _. 

Janet Hosiery Mills 



Burlington.. 

...do 

....do 

...do 

..._do 

....do 

_-_do 

...do 

Gibsonville. 

Haw River. 

...do 

....do 

Mebane 

Asheville 

Drexel 

Hildebran.. 

Icard. 

....do 

Morganton. 

_-_do 



Valdese 

...do.. _ 

...do _-- 

_._do 

Concord 

...do 

Collettsville. 



Beaufort... 
Claremont. 



Hickory. 
..._do.-- 



_do_ 
_do_ 
_do. 
.do. 



Newton 

...do 

...do 

Siler City 

Edenton 

Boiling Springs. 
Shelby 



.do. 



Shelby Hosiery Mills Co.ft— do 



Knitting- 
Knitting. 
Knitting. 
Knitting- 
Knitting. 
Knitting. 
Knitting. 
Knitting. 
Knitting- 
Knitting. 
Knitting. 
Knitting. 
Knitting. 
Knitting. 
Knitting- 
Knitting. 
Knitting. 
Knitting. 
Knitting- 
Knitting. 

Knitting. 
Knitting. 
Knitting. 
Knitting- 
Knitting, 
Knitting. 
Knitting. 



Mercerized half-hose 

Half-hose _._ 

Seamless hosiery 

Children's hosiery 

Hosiery 

Men's half-hose 

Hosiery 

Mercerized half-hose 

Hosiery 

Men's hosiery _ 

Men's and ladies' hosiery 

Hosiery 

Ladies' and misses' hose 

Hosiery 

Men's and ladies' hosiery... 

Ladies' seamless hosiery 

Ladies' and men's hosiery.. 

Hosiery 

Silk hosiery 

Hosiery, full, regular and 

seamless 

Hosiery 

Ladies' and men's hosiery.. 

Hosiery 

Hosiery 

Ladies' hosiery. _ 

Ladies' silk hose.. 

Men's and ladies' cotton 

seamless hosiery 



Knitting- 
Knitting. 
Knitting. 

Knitting. 
Knitting. 
Knitting. 
Knitting- 

Knitting- 
Knitting- 
Knitting. 
Knitting- 
Knitting. 
Knitting- 
Knitting. 
Knitting. 

Knitting. 



Ladies' and men's seamless 

hosiery 

Hosiery 

Cotton, mercerized and silk 

hosiery 

Hosiery 

Half-hose 

Hosiery 

Cotton and mercerized half- 
hose 

Hosiery 

Hosiery.. 

Ladies' hosiery 

Cotton half-hose 

Hosiery 

Ladies' hose 

Men's cotton hose 

Cotton and mercerized half- 
hose 

Men's, women's and chil- 
dren's hosiery 



*Idle, May, 1922. §Branch at Kinston. 
tfldle during past year. JNew mill. 



Knitting Mills 



73 



Power 


, Number Employees, Etc. 












£ S3 


ta a c 

OS a 

a 5 ca 


a a 
B o 
£. ° 


H'H a 

3 S * 

2fe 


Power 


Number 
Horse- 
power 


Approxi- 
mate 

Amount 
Raw 

Material 
Used, 

Pounds 


Estimated 
Yearly 
Output 


Days in 
Opera- 
tion 
During 
Year 


No. 


23 


72 
72 
48 
40 
130 
150 
76 
250 
87 


14 
17 
10 
8 
75 

16 
45 
10 


1 

1 
26 
25 

1 
2 




12 
11 
10 
11 
30 
20 
18 
160 
18 

5 

5 
10 
83| 
10 
50 
20 


25,000 
90,000 


S 100,000 

130,000 

29,694 

29,694 

300,000 

267,534 

125,000 

420,000 

125,000 

33,000 

90,000 

60,000 

200,000 

40,000 

128,000 

32,000 




1 


19 




280 
200 


2 


15 




3 


11 


electric. 


15,000 

250,000 

170,736 

100,000 

225,000 

68,344 

3,500 

40,000 

45,000 

465,000 

500,000 

50,000 

22,000 


4 


75 




310 
293 
293 
280 
304 
290 


5 






6 


20 






52 
15 


elec, steam. 

electric 


8 
9 


10 


30 

30 
40 


4 

8 


1 




10 




elec, steam 

electric 


11 


10 




12 






285 
200 




100 


320 
50 

160 
82 

100 
50 

175 

85 
40 
65 
30 
200 
106 
30 

40 
60 

49 

54 

242 
180 
176 
30 

60 
215 
20 
260 
50 
76 
67 
15 

140 

52 


30 

6 
9 
9 


11 
1 
5 
3 




13 


10 




- 14 


15 




15 


12 


oil engine 




16 




gas 




17 


18 
12 


10 

22 

12 

6 

16 
30 
12 

5 
20 

6 
9 

36 
32 


2 
7 

4 
2 
2 
3 

10 
4 
4 

1 


kerosene engine 


12 
60 

30 

15 

30 


70,000 
130,000 


60,000 
200,000 


200 


18 
19 


8 






20 




oil 


18,000 

60,000 

50,000 

225,000 

136,000 

125,000 

15,000 


28,000 
65,000 
80,000 

200,000 
66,356 

350,000 

30,000 


250 
300 
260 
280 
220 
250 


21 






22 






23 


15 




24 






25 






15 
15 


9 6 


7 


oil engine 


°7 


40 




28 


8 


2 

8 
3 


int. comb, engine- 
electric 

electric... 

electric 


10 

7 

50 
42 




17,992 
50,000 

300,000 
125,000 




oq 


20 

75 
29 


65,000 

250,000 
200,000 


310 

300 
55 


30 

31 
32 
33 


15 


10 
24 

2 
33 
10 
12 

6 

8 


5 

1 
12 

o 
10 

1 
12 

9 

1 

3 
5 


electric 


5 


12,000 


50,000 


118 


34 
35 


13 


elec, steam 

electric 


50 




242,684 




36 


2 






37 


4 
10 
28 


electric. 

electric 

electric 

steam, elec 


35 
15 
10 
65 


200,000 

25,000 

3,000 

10,000 

25,000 

75,000 


160,000 
20,000 


250 
125 


38 
39 
40 




200,000 
50,000 

125,000 


130 


41 

42 






30 

20 


300 


43 


16 


electric 


44 



74 



North Carolina Industrial Statistics 



Table No. 2— 



No. 



Mill 



Postoffice 



Spinning 

or 
Knitting? 



Class of Goods Manufactured 



Holt-Williamson Mfg. Co. 
Shoaf-Sink Mill Co 



Ragan Knitting Co 

Thomasville Knitting Co. 



Chatham Knitting Mills Co 

Durham Hosiery Mill, No. 1... 
Durham Hosiery Mill, No. 2.-. 
Durham Hosiery Mill, No. 6... 

Golden Belt Mfg. Co 

North State Knitting Mills Co. 



John O'Daniel Hosiery Mill 

Knit Well Hosiery Mills, Inc. t- 

Louise Knitting Mills Co 

Tar Heel Hosiery Mills 

Panola Knitting Co 

Runnymede Mills, Inc., No. 1. 



Runnymede Mills, Inc., No. 

Tarboro Knitting Co 

American Hosiery Mills Co.-. 

Kernersville Knitting Co 

Vance Knitting Co 

Carolina Mills Co 



Hanes Hosiery Mills Co 

P. H. Hanes Knitting Co.. 



Indera Mills Co... 
The Maline Mills. 



Franklinton Hosiery Mills§. 

Josephine Knitting Mills 

Patrick Knitting Co 

Eureka Hosiery Mills _. 

Granville Hosiery Mills Co. 
Hemshaw Hosiery Mills 



Amos Hosiery Mills. 



Commonwealth Hosiery Mills. 
Crown Hosiery Mills 

Dillon-Vitt Underwear Co 



Durham Hosiery Mills, No. 3 

Guilford Hosiery Mills 

Harriss& Covington Hosiery Mill 



Fayctteville. 
Lexington... 



Thomasville. 
...do 



Durham. 
...do.... 



.do. 
.do. 



.do. 
.do. 



....do 

East Durham. 
....do 

West Durham. 

Tarboro 

....do 



_..do 

...do 

Kernersville 

...do 

...do 

Winston-Salem 



.do. 
.do. 



-do. 
_do. 



Franklin 

Cherryville. 

Gastonia 

Lowell 

Creedmoor. 
Oxford 



High Point . 



.do. 



.do. 
.do. 



.do. 



-do. 
_do. 



Both 

Knitting. 

Knitting. 
Knitting. 

Knitting. 

Both 

Knitting. 
Spinning. 
Knitting. 
Knitting. 

Knitting. 
Knitting. 
Knitting. 
Knitting. 
Knitting. 
Knitting- 
Knitting. 
Knitting. 
Knitting- 
Knitting. 
Knitting. 
Knitting- 
Knitting. 
Both 



Knitting. 
Knitting- 



Knit wristlets for gloves 

Ladies' and men's mercer- 
ized hose 

Hosiery 

Misses' ribbed hosiery and 
half-hose 

Hosiery 

Hosiery and yarn 

Hosiery 

Yarn 

Hosiery 

Men's, women's and chil- 
dren's hosiery 

Hosiery 

Ladies' half-hose... 

Hosiery 

Hosiery 

Infants' hosiery 

Misses' and children's rib- 
bed cotton hosiery 

Men's half-hose 

Misses' combed hosiery 

Seamless half-hosiery 

Hosiery 

Ladies' hosiery 

Ladies' and misses' cotton 
hosiery 

H osiery 

Men's and boys' cotton knit 
underwear 

Knit shirts 

Ladies' and children's knit 
underwear 



Knitting. 
Knitting. 
Knitting. 
Knitting. 
Knitting. 

Knitting. 

Knitting. 
Knitting. 
Knitting- 
Knitting, 
Knitting. 
Knitting. 



Ladies' mercerized hose 

Men's and ladies' hosiery 

Half-hose. 

Hosiery 

Silk, worsted, marino, mer- 
cerized hose 

Men's and ladies' cotton 

hosiery 

Men's and ladies' hosiery 

Cotton hosiery 

Men's and boys' athletic un- 
derwear 

Men's cotton half-hose 

Mercerized hose 

Men's and ladies' cotton 
hose 



*Number spindles. 
"Idle, May, 1922. 



tNumber cards. 
ttYarn. 



+Not running since April 1, 1922. §Not completed. 



Knitting Mills 



75 



Continued. 





a a a 
c.t: o 

3 G e3 


X> - 

a a 
5 o 
►3 ° 


c.S-c 


Power 


Number 
Horse- 
power 


Approxi- 
mate 

Amount 
Raw 

Material 
Used, 

Pounds 


Estimated 
Yearly 
Output 


Days in 
Opera- 
tion 
During 

Year 


No. 


84 


84 

68 
90 

75 

220 

1,200 

400 

240 

655 

214 

90 

350 

201 

25 

80 

103 

100 

400 

87 

50 

102 
400 

260 
35 

75 
125 
30 
35 
30 
90 

42 

118 
118 
230 


t26 

14 

24 

17 

48 
t72 

36 
t83 

40 

150 
32 
23 
35 
43 


*9,984 

5 
1 

2 
2 
60 
15 

9 

12 

1 

50 
1 




650 

25 

48 

150 
32* 

1,200 
75 
750 
50 

90 
35 
17 
40 
46 


1,750,000 

60,000 
300,000 


S 


250 

310 
305 


45 


8 




100,000 
240,000 


46 


30 




47 


50 


steam, elec .- 


48 


61 


252,400 
3,500,000 

600,000 

2,000,000 

75,000 

615,000 
187,973 
2,500 
150,000 
ttl-876 


145,000 
3,000,000 
275,000 
625,000 
200,000 

666,000 

91,111 

75,000 

250,000 

255,060 


258 
275 
275 
275 
300 

266 
266 
230 
275 
262 


49 


*17,000 




50 


50 




51 


*13,825 




52 


11 




53 


100 




54 


13 




55 


24 




56 


35 




57 


21 




58 






59 


130 


28 






32 
35 
30 
8 
15 
10 

25 
190 

2,382 
30 

200 


130,000 
100,000 
90,000 


175,000 
95,000 
150,000 




60 








61 






16 


elec, steam 


280 


62 
63 




60 
12 

18 
80 

tl75 

10 

8 
7 
7 
12 

26 
25 


1 

2 

2 
2 

860 
40 

150 




200,000 
90,000 

58,000 
304,532 

6,160,979 
60,000 

700,000 


50,000 
200,000 

105,000 
561,710 

3,365,760 


290 
310 

265 


64 






65 


39 
55 


elec, steam 

elec, steam 


66 
67 


•27,500 


293 

75 

300 


68 






69 






600,000 


70 






71 




3 

5 

2 

5 

3 

20 

60 




15 
5 
5 


14,400 


67,000 
23,680 
16,000 


156 
210 


72 


7 




73 






12,000 


74 


10 






75 






8 

50 
50 
65 

15 
110 


30,000 

350,000 
71,460 

300,000 

500,000 
375,000 


65,000 

260,000 
103,900 
175,000 

355,000 
500,000 




76 






312 


77 


9 




78 


21 




300 

300 
300 


79 






80 


85 


473 
30 

100 


75 




81 






82 




15 


26 


electric 


23 


240,000 


175,000 


265 


83 



76 



North Carolina Industrial Statistics 



Table No. 2— 



No. 



99 

100 

101 
102 

103 
104 
105 
106 
107 
108 
109 
110 
111 
112 
113 
114 

115 

116 
117 

118 

119 
120 
121 
122 
123 
124 
125 
126 



Mill 



Postoffice 



Spinning 

or 
Knitting? 



Class of Goods Manufactured 



High Point Hosiery Mills 

Piedmont Mills Co 

Royal Hosiery Mills 

Slane Hosiery Mills 

Whittington Hosiery Mill t— 

Enfield Hosiery Mills Co 

Roanoke Hosiery Co 

Scotland Neck Cotton Mills. 
Weldon Cotton Mfg. Co.**— . 

Durham Hosiery Mill 

Crescent Mfg. Co 



Crescent Hosiery Co 

The Skyland Hosiery Co.. 



Freeze-Bacon Hosiery Mills- 
Grey Hosiery Mills 



Harkins-Hammack-Whitlock 

Co., Inc 

Hall Hosiery Co 

Queen Knitting Mills 

Walton Hosiery Mills 



Louise Knitting Mills Co 

Orion Knitting Mills 

Elizabeth James Mills 

McDowell Mills Co 

Marion Knitting Mills, Inc 

Charlotte Knitting Co 

Troy Knitting Mill Co 

Regal Hosiery Mills Co 

Bismark Hosiery Mills, Inc 

Rocky Mount Hosiery Co 

Wilmington Hosiery Mills, Inc. 
Durham Hosiery Mills, No. 4 & ' 



Efland Hosiery Mills 

Elizabeth City Hosiery Co. 

Ideal Hosiery Co., Inc 

Pasquotank Hosiery Co 



Standard Mfg. Co 

Atkinson Hosiery Mills Co 

Greenville Hosiery Mills § 

Tryon Hosiery Mfg. Co4 

Acme Hosiery Mills 

Ashboro Hosiery Mills 

Randleman Hosiery Mills, Inc.... 
Staley Hosiery Mill Co 



High Point 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

Enfield 

Scotland Neck. 
...do 



Knitting. 
Knitting. 



Weldon. 
Dunn... 

Canton . 



Waynesville 

East Flat Rock. 

Hendersonville.. 

...do 



...do 

Statesville. 

....do.. 

....do 



Jonesboro 

Kinston 

Marion 

...do. 

...do... 

Charlotte 

Troy 

Cameron 

Carthage 

Rocky Mount. 
Wilmington... 
Carrboro 



Efland 

Elizabeth City. 

....do 

....do 



...do 

Atkinson 

Greenville... 

Tryon 

Ashboro 

....do.. 

Randleman. 
Staley 



Knitting. 
Knitting. 
Knitting. 
Knitting. 
Knitting. 
Knitting- 
Looping . 
Knitting. 

Knitting. 
Knitting. 

Knitting. 

Knitting. 



Knitting. 
Knitting- 
Knitting. 
Knitting. 

Knitting. 
Knitting- 
Knitting. 
Knitting. 
Knitting. 
Knitting. 
Knitting- 
Knitting. 
Knitting. 
Knitting. 
Knitting. 
Spinning- 
Knitting. 
Knitting. 
Knitting. 
Knitting- 
Knitting. 
Knitting. 
Knitting. 
Knitting. 
Knitting. 
Knitting. 
Knitting. 
Knitting. 



Hosiery 

Cotton hosiery 

Hosiery 

Hosiery of all kinds 

Hosiery 

Children's cotton hosiery 

Cotton hosiery 

Women's and misses' hosiery 

Union suits 

Hosiery 

Boys' and men's heavy rib- 
bed hose. 

Misses' ribbed hosiery 

Men's cotton mercerized and 

silk hosiery 

Ladies' cotton, mercerized 

and glove silk hosiery 

Ladies' seamless hose and 
misses' ribbed hose 

Hosiery 

Hosiery 

Hosiery 

Misses' and infants' half- 
hose 

Hosiery. 

Cotton hosiery 

Socks .- 

Hosiery 

Half-hose 

Hosiery 

Misses' ribbed hose 

Hosiery 

Seamless cotton half-hose... 

Hosiery 

Hosiery 

Hosiery and yarns 

Hosiery 

Cotton hosiery 

Children's hosiery 

Children's and misses' hos- 
iery 

Cotton hosiery 

Ladies' and men's hosiery.. 

Children's hosiery — 

Men's and children's hosiery 

Hosiery 

Ladies' cotton hosiery 

Hosiery 

Children's ribbed cotton 
hosiery 



*Also 27,552 spindles. tNumber cards. {Mill idle. 
"Listed under cotton mills, also. 



Jranch of Scotland Neck Cotton Mill. 



Knitting Mills 



77 



Continued. 



X! g 


<u c C 

3 G 03 


O (2 

5 o 

►3 ° 


B-g-S 

3 ? ci 


Power 


Number 
Horse- 
power 


Approxi- 
mate 

Amount 
Raw 

Material 
Used, 

Pounds 


Estimated 
Yearly 
Output 


Days in 
Opera- 
tion 
During 
Year 


No. 


134 
90 


468 
450 

75 
160 

48 
182 

37 
251 

26 


81 
75 
16 
50 
4 
45 
12 
60 
16 
26 

11 


57 

4 
12 
4 
3 

5 

7 

75 


electric 

electric 


23 

125 

10 

40 

10 

180 

35 

200 

200 

4 

15 


750,000 

1,000,000 

25,000 

350,000 


$ 417,000 

720,000 

30,000 

350,000 


303 
310 
250 
300 


84 
85 
86 






e 7 


7 


elec, steam .. 

electric 

electric 


88 


130 

76 
176 


175,000 

65,000 

125,000 

324,000 


200,000 
135,000 
500,000 


280 
250 
252 
310 
229 

300 


89 
90 
91 






Q9 








93 


76 


68 
100 

205 

95 

84 

21 
100 
140 

60 

125 

220 

40 

40 

79 

125 

30 

58 

65 

112 

168 

50 

33 

398 
34 

52 
70 
51 
60 
180 
500 
168 
64 

56 


electric- .. 


100,000 


300,000 


94 

95 


35 


45 
29 
14 

22 
10 


2 

9 

4 

6 
5 
10 

1 
25 




90 
50 
30 
10 


250,000 
90,000 
100,000 


350,000 
119,000 
125,000 


260 

200 

300 

90 


96 


6 




97 


65 




98 






99 










100 


2 




29 

15 

35 

200 

10 

20 

40 

42 

2 

15 

15 

60 

28 

1,230 

8 
130 
22 

25 
11 
85 
30 
60 
150 


118,000 

85,000 

150,000 

273,626 

45,000 

25,000 

65,000 

60,000 

4,500 

50,000 

60,000 

117,000 

30,000 


189,000 

58,000 

450,000 

250,000 

65,000 

25,000 

60,000 

200,000 

7,500 

30,000 

40,000 

100,000 

50,000 




101 






200 
300 


10? 


15 




103 






104 


10 


7 

6 

15 

15 

6 

6 

24 

32 

28 

43 

5 

38 

8 

10 

8 

12 
50 
40 
23 
16 

8 


1 

1 
6 
1 
4 

2 
f87 

1 
1 

1 
1 

5 

3 
40 

2 
14 




290 
280 
300 
250 
90 
100 
220 
234 
232 


105 


7 




106 


15 




107 


15 




108 


25 




109 


10 




110 


20 




111 


140 




11?, 


38 




113 


*50 


elec, steam 

oil 


114 




17,000 
50,000 
75,000 

134,571 
70,000 
30,000 


40,000 
600,000 
125,000 

66,761 
50,918 
39,000 


200 


115 


126 


elec, steam 


116 


34 


250 

244 
235 


117 


27 




118 


29 




119 






i?n 


50 






1?1 


60 


water, steam 

elec, steam 








m 






300,000 

250,000 

27,000 

40,000 


300 
310 
150 

280 


m 


4 


300,000 
60,000 

60,000 


184 


76 




35 

15 


im 


32 


oil engine 


126 



78 



North Carolina Industrial Statistics 



Table No. 2— 



No 



Mill 



Post office 



Spinning 

or 
Knitting? 



Class of Goods Manufactured 



127 
128 

129 

130 

131 

132 

133 
134 
135 
136 
137 

138 
139 
140 

141 

142 



Ellerbe Knitting Mills 

Carolina Cotton and Woolen Mill 
Co. (Athena Mill Department)-. 
Washington Mills ( Mayo Mills ).. 



Parsley Tanner, Inc 

Lillian Knitting Mills Co. 
Wiscassett Mills Co 



Renfro Hosiery Mills.. 

Iceman Knitting Mills, Inc. 

Henderson Hosiery Co 

Crystal Hosiery Mill t 

Glenwood Knitting Mills§._ 



Melrose Knitting Mills Co 

Wendell Hosiery Mill Co 

Durham Hosiery Mills, No. 5. 
Wilkes Hosiery Mills Co 



Wilson Knitting Mills, Inc. 



Ellerbe. 



Leaksville. 
Mayodan. 



Spindale.. . 
Albemarle. 
..._do 



Mount Airy... 

Monroe 

Henderson 

Holly Springs. 
Raleigh. 



....do 

Wendell 

Goldsboro 

North Wilkcsboro. 

Wilson 



Knitting.. 



Both. 
Both. 



Knitting. 
Knitting. 
Both 



Knitting.. 
Knitting.. 
Knitting.. 
Knitting. . 
Knitting.. 

Knitting.. 
Knitting.. 
Knitting.. 
Knitting.. 

Knitting.. 



Ladies' cotton hosiery 

Underwear and yarn 

Yarn, cotton ribbed under- 
wear .. 

Hosiery 

Women's hosiery 

Ladies, and children's hosiery 

Infants' half-hose. 

Men's ribbed underwear 

Hosiery 

Men's cotton hose 

Men's, women's, children's 
hosiery _ 

Men's underwear 

Seamless hosiery 

Hosiery 

Half-hose and infants' stock- 
ings 

Cotton, wool, and silk 



*Number spindles. fNumber cards 



tldle. §Idle, 1921. 



Knitting Mills 



79 



Continued. 



■2 $ 

3:2 


8 c a 

3 C 03 


t~ 00 

a a 
3 ° 
►3 ° 


ja Sf-S 

b ; o 

3 £ * 




120 


12 


11 


*6,480 


101 


t42 


150 


'24,696 


65 
186 


tl26 


150 


18 


227 


30 


10 


'95,000 


528 


t475 


22 


29 


134 


22 


1 




22 




80 


27 


68 


14 


2 


10 


70 


11 


1 


14 


50 


14 


6 




30 




50 


18 


110 


8 


5 


188 


419 


121 


10 


32 


93 


12 




25 


105 


25 


20 



Power 



Number 
Horse- 
power 



Approxi- 
mate 
Amount 

Raw- 
Material 
Used, 
Pounds 



Estimated 
Yearly 
Output 



Days in 
Opera- 
tion 
During 

Year 



Xo. 



steam. 

electric ., 

steam, water 

electric 

electric 

elec, steam.. 

electric 

electric 

electric 

elec, oil eng. 

electric 

electric 

electric 

electric 

electric 

steam 



35 
30 

1,500 

30 

60 

4,000 

43 
15 
25 
15 

10 
45 
25 
120 

11 
100 



91,073 
600,000 



150,000 
250,000 
650,000 

54,000 

380,000 

50,000 



375,000 
60,000 



50.000 
50,000 



S 60,000 
400,000 



250,000 
250,000 
600,000 

216,000 
212,000 
80,000 



75,000 

75,000 

1,250,000 

50,000 
30,000 



290 
150 



200 
265 
262 

222 

250 



300 
90 



128 

129 
130 
131 
132 

133 
134 
135 
136 

137 
138 
139 
140 

141 
142 



80 



^NTorth Carolina Industrial Statistics 



Table No. 3 — List of Mills, 



Mill 



Alamance Hosiery Mills 

Brown Hosiery Mills, Inc 

Graham Hosiery Mills 

Juvenile Hosiery Mills 

May Hosiery Mills, Inc 

Sellers Hosiery Mills 

Standard Hosiery Mill. 

Whitehead Hosiery Mills 

Gibsonville Hosiery Mills Co.. 

Childrey Hosiery Mills 

Max Lieberman, Inc 

Riverside Hosiery Mills, Inc... 
Durham Hosiery Mills, No. 8. 

Asheville Knitting Mills 

Drexel Knitting Mills Co _, 

J. A. Cline & Son 

Frazier Hosiery Mills 

Highway Knitting Mills 

Garrou Knitting Mills, Inc 

Vandois Knitting Mills 

Liberty Hosiery Mills 

Martinat Hosiery Mills 

Pauline Knitting Mills 

Waldensian Hosiery Mills 

G. H. Y. Hosiery Co 

Hoover Hosiery Co 

Collettsville Hosiery Mills* 

Orion Knitting Millsf 

Claremont Hosiery Mills 

The Best Hosiery Mills, Inc.... 

Elliott Knitting Mills 

Hickory Hosiery Mills, Inc 

Highland Knitting MillsJ 

The Real Knitting Mills 

Taylor Knitting Mills, Inc 

Fidelity Hosiery Mills Co 

J. R. G. Hosiery Co 

Ridg-eview Hosiery Mill Co 

Siler City Hosiery Mills 

Edenton Hosiery Mill 

Winner Mills, Inc 

Blanch Hosiery Mills 

Janet Hosiery Mills 

Shelby Hosiery Mills Co.lf.... 

Holt-Williamson Mfg. Co 

Shoaf-Sink Mill Co ■. 

Ragan Knitting Co 

Thomasville Knitting Co 

Chatham Knitting Mills Co... 
Durham Hosiery Mills, No. 1 . 
Durham Hosiery Mills, No. 2. 
Durham Hosiery Mills, No. 6. 



Postoffice 



Burlington 

....do 

-.--do 

.--.do 

.--.do 

....do 

_...do 

....do 

Gibsonville 

Haw River 

....do 

..._do_ 

Mebane 

Asheville 

Drexel 

Hildebran 

Icard 

-_.do 

Morganton 

...do 

Valdese. 

....do 

...do 

....do 

Concord 

...do 

Collettsville 

Beaufort 

Claremont. 

Hickory 

...do 

-..do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

Newton.. 

...do. 

-..do___ 

Siler City 

Edenton 

Boiling Springs. 

Shelby. 

..-do... 

...do.— 

Fayetteville 

Lexington 

Thomasville 

...do 

Durham 

...do. 

...do 

...do 



Number Hours Worked 



Day 



Night 



*Idle May, 1922. fBranch of Kinston. JNew mill. TIdle during past year. §Per month. 



Knitting Mills 



81 



Number of Employees, 


Wages 


, Etc. 














Employees 


Wages 


When Paid 


What 
Per 

Cent 

Read 
and 

Write 


Esti- 
mated 
Number 
Persons 
Depend- 
ent on 
Mills 




Male 


a 

o 


o 


"a 
o 
H 


o 

EpuS 


$75 a 

O 3j o 


.Sf-g o 




No. 


15 


35 
40 
12 
20 
65 
53 
25 
60 
29 
15 
20 
20 
71 
15 
50 
22 


10 

4 
4 

30 
19 

10 


50 
58 
30 
27 
94 
69 
35 
130 
57 
20 
35 
22 
~107 
17 
75 
25 


S 4.16 
5.83 


? 1.16 
1.83 


$ 2.70 
3.66 


I 1.16 
1.66 








1 


8 
18 


weekly- - 


100 


60 
84 
40 
200 
125 


2 
3 








• 




weeklv . . 

weeklv 

weekly .. 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly . 

weekly _ 


100 
100 

98 
100 
100 

10 
100 


4 


25 
12 
10 


6.25 
6.25 
5.00 
6.00 
6.70 
3.50 


2.50 
2.40 
2.50 
2.00 
1.75 
1.25 


5.00 
3.16 
3.25 
4.50 
2.70 
2.50 


2.08 
1.25 
2.00 
2.00 
1.50 
1.20 


5 
6 

7 


40 
9 
5 

15 


300 
80 
50 

105 


8 
9 
10 
11 


2 














12 


26 


4.58 
5.00 


1.37 
1.33 


2.50 
3.00 


1.15 

.75 


weekly 
biweekly 


100 
100 




13 


25 


10 
150 


14 
15 


3 










weekly 


100 


16 














17 


2 


18 
50 
30 

7 
30 
10 
40 
27 
24 

4 

60 
15 
28 
120 
60 


9 

5 
3 

15 


20 
90 
50 
11 
37 
14 
65 
37 
35 
21 
68 
25 
33 
146 
75 


4.00 


1.85 


3.00 


.75 


biweekly 


100 




18 


40 


270 


19 


20 














^n 


g 


1.75 
5.00 
2.60 
4.00 
4.06 
7.50 


1.75 
1.00 
1.50 
1.80 
2.83 
3.33 


2.50 
2.16 
2.75 
4.00 
2.83 
5.00 


1.25 
.75 
1.60 
1.25 
1.66 
2.00 


weeklv - . 


100 
90 
100 
85 
100 
100 
100 
99 




R1 


7 


37 


22 


4 


daily _ 

daily 

weekly. ._ 
weekly _ __ 
semimonthly . 
weeklv 


83 


20 




•H 


7 
11 


50 


25 


2 


63 
80 
63 


27 


8 










28 


10 










29 


5 


§150.00 
7.00 
4.00 


60.00 
2.50 
2.00 


70.00 
4.00 
3.50 


50.00 
2.00 
1.75 


biweeklv.- . . 
semimonthly.. 


100 
100 


30 


26 
15 


200 
150 


31 

3° 








33 


8 


15 




23 


3.50 


2.00 


3.15 


1.00 


biweekly _ 


100 




34 






35 


50 


70 
8 

70 
25 
15 
21 
6 
60 


10 

1 
2 


130 
10 
91 
32 

28 

''31 

7 

90 
















36 


2 


4.12 
4.12 
5.00 


1.04 
1.04 
2.00 


2.00 
2.50 
2.50 


1.04 
1.04 
1.00 


weekly 


100 




37 


20 




38 


5 

13 


weekly 


100 


25 
84 
15 
20 
350 


39 
40 


10 

1 

30 


3.00 
5.00 
4.33 


1.25 
5.00 
1.33 


1.50 
4.16 
3.33 


1.25 
2.33 
1.08 


biweekly 

weekly 

weekly _ 


100 
100 
85 


41 
42 
43 

44 


130 


40 
30 
125 
50 
68 
300 
175 
80 


30 
8 


200 
40 
140 
90 
100 
800 
200 
160 


5.50 
5.83 
6.00 


1.50 
1.33 
2.00 


2.00 
3.50 
3.50 


1.00 
1.33 
1.00 






500 

80 

420 


45 


10 
15 
40 


weekly.. . . 
biweekly 


100 
96 


46 
47 
48 


24 

500 

25 

80 


4.16 
5.83 
2.16 
3.50 


2.16 
2.00 
1.50 
1.83 


3.33 
4.16 
1.16 

2.50 


1.83 
1.25 
1.00 
1.83 


weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 


100 
90 
75 
90 


175 
3,000 
1,000 

750 


49 
50 
51 

52 



6— 



82 



North Carolina Industrial Statistics 



Table No. 3- 



No. 



87 



89 



93 

94 
95 
96 
97 
98 
99 
100 
101 
102 
103 
104 



Mill 



Golden Belt Mfg. Co 

North State Knitting Mills Co 

John O'Daniel Hosiery Mill 

Knit Well Hosiery Mills, Inc.* 

Louise Knitting Mills Co 

Tar Heel Hosiery Mills 

Panola Knitting Co 

Runnymede Mills, Inc., No. 1 

Runnymede Mills, Inc., No. 2 

Tarboro Knitting Co 

American Hosiery Mills Co 

Kernersville Knitting Co 

Vance Knitting Co 

Carolina Mills Co 

Hanes Hosiery Mills Co. 

P. H. Hanes Knitting Co 

Indera Mills Co 

The Maline Mills.. 

Franklinton Hosiery Millsf 

Josephine Knitting Mills 

Patrick Knitting Co 

Eureka Hosiery Mills 

Granville Hosiery Mills Co. J 

Hemshaw Hosiery Mills 

Amos Hosiery Mills 

Commonwealth Hosiery Mills 

Crown Hosiery Mills 

Dillon-Vitt Underwear Co._. 

Durham Hosiery Mills, No. 3 

Guilford Hosiery Mills.. - 

Harriss & Covington Hosiery Mills 

High Point Hosiery Mills 

Piedmont Mills Co 

Royal Hosiery Mills 

Slane Hosiery Mills 

Whittington Hosiery Mill§ 

Enfield Hosiery Mills Co 

Roanoke Hosiery Co 

Scotland Neck Cotton Mills 

Weldon Cotton Mfg. Co.** 

Durham Hosiery Mill 

Crescent Mfg. Co. 

Crescent Hosiery Co 

Skyland Hosiery Co 

Freeze-Bacon Hosiery Mills 

Grey Hosiery Mills 

Harkins-Hammack-Whitlock Co., Inc. 

Hall Hosiery Co 

Queen Knitting Mills 

Walton Hosiery Mills 

Louise Knitting Mills Co 

Orion Knitting Mills.. 



Postoffice 



Durham 

...do 

...do.. 

East Durham. 

...do 

West Durham. 

Tarboro 

....do... 

...do 



....do... 

Kernersville 

__.do__ 

...do 

Winston-Salem. 

....do 

__-do. 

...-do. 

....do 

Franklin 

Cherryville 

Gastonia 

Lowell 

Creedmoor 

Oxford 

High Point 

....do 

...do 

...do- 

....do_- 



....do 

..._do 

..__do 

.._.do 

.-__do 

....do 

....do 

Enfield 

Scotland Neck_. 

....do 

Weldon 

Dunn 

Canton 

Waynes ville 

East Flat Rock. 
Hendersonville_. 

...do _._ 

....do_ 

Statesville 

...do 

...do 

Jonesboro 

Kinston 



Number Hours Worked 



Day 



Night 



*Not running since April 1, 1922. 
**Listed under Cotton Mills, also. 



fNot completed. Jldle May, 1922. §Mill idle. 



Knitting Mills 



83 



Continued. 



Employees 


Wages 


When Paid 


What 
Per 

Cent 

Read 
and 

Write 


Esti- 
mated 
Number 
Persons 
Depend- 
ent on 
Mills 




"3 


o 

"3 

1 


c 

T3 

O 


o 


Mi 


■ O 03 » 


~ CD 

■ass 


-w a 

530 


No. 


35 

50 

5 


65 
180 
45 


5 
20 
15 


105 

250 

65 


S 6.55 
5.00 
4.11 


S 2.50 
2.50 
2.91 


$ 5.00 
4.16 
2.04 


S 2.50 

1.66 
1.00 


weekly 

weekly 

weekly 


100 
99 

100 
95 

100 
98 


300 

1,000 

150 


53 

54 
55 
56 


40 
18 


80 

62 


20 


140 

80 


5.00 
5.76 


2.00 
1.74 


3.50 
3.85 


1.25 


weekly 


360 
240 


57 
58 








59 


30 
25 


45 
51 
55 


10 
4 


85 
80 
75 


6.66 
5.00 
5.00 


2.00 
2.00 
1.66 


2.50 
2.25 
3.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.50 


biweekly 


98 


150 
125 
250 


60 
61 


20 


biweekly ._ 


100 


62 
63 


28 


45 
19 
35 
225 
725 
25 
90 


10 
25 
51 

20 


73 
33 
61 

400 

1,177 

40 

140 










biweekly 

biweekly 


75 
95 
100 


350 
100 
100 


64 


14 
16 


6.66 
5.83 


2.50 
2.50 


4.25 
3.75 


1.66 
1.66 


65 
66 


150 




67 


401 
15 
30 


4.58 
3.00 
5.00 


1.72 
1.75 
2.50 


3.75 
2.50 
3.50 


1.62 
1.50 
2.00 


weekly 

weekly .. 

weekly. ... 


95 
100 
100 


2,000 
120 
420 


68 
69 
70 
71 


4 
4 


13 

4 
6 
20 
14 
60 
42 
80 
80 
250 


2 

10 
40 


17 
10 
8 
50 
16 

105 
65 

230 
84 

325 


5.83 


1.66 


2.50 


1.25 


weekly 


100 


51 
30 
40 


72 
73 


2 














74 


30 














75 


2 










weekly 

fortnightly 


100 
100 


32 
315 
195 


76 
77 
78 


35 
23 


5.00 


2.00 


3.75 


1.75 


110 


7.50 


2.50 


4.50 


2.00 


biweekly . 




79 


4 


biweekly 

weekly 


100 
99 


84 
1,000 


80 
81 
8° 


75 


4.16 


1.66 


3.33 


1.33 


22 


30 

166 

227 

35 

60 


3 

18 
15 


55 

256 

377 

50 

90 


4.50 
3.85 
6.35 


2.00 
1.50 
2.00 


2.25 
3.00 
5.00 


1.25 
1.00 
2.00 






165 
768 
1,000 
150 
270 


83 


72 
135 


biweekly 


98 
98 
95 
95 


84 
85 


15 


biweekly 

biweekly 


86 
87 
88 


30 




















30 
13 
57 
56 


125 
46 
92 
63 
18 
40 


20 


175 
59 
149 
119 
20 
52 


3.00 
5.00 
5.00 
4.50 
4.18 
5.50 


2.00 
1.75 
1.50 
1.25 
2.01 
2.00 


2.00 

4.00 
2.60 
2.50 
2.38 
2.66 


1.25 
1.25 
1.00 
1.00 
1.33 
1.00 


biweekly 

biweekly 

biweekly 

biweekly.. . _ 

weekly 

weekly.. ... 


100 
100 
100 

90 
100 

99 


200 
135 
300 


89 
90 
91 


2 




93 


12 


200 


94 
95 


40 

20 

12 

2 

10 
15 


50 
40 
60 
10 
15 
50 
35 
40 
200 


90 


180 
60 
72 
12 
25 
65 
40 
75 

350 


5.00 
4.16 
6.66 
5.00 
4.55 


2.00 
2.25 
1.25 
3.00 
1.00 


3.00 
3.00 
3.33 
2.50 
3.65 


1.50 

1.46 

.83 

1.75 


weekly 

weekly .. 

weekly. 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly .. 

biweekly 

weekly .. 


99 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 

95 


600 

250 
50 
25 
75 

195 
25 

400 
1,050 


96 
97 
98 
99 
100 
101 
102 
103 
104 


5 

35 
150 


3.33 
5.00 


2.00 
1.66 


3.45 
3.75 


1.00 
1.50 



84 



Xorth Carolina Industrial Statistics 



Table No. 3— 



No 



Mill 



Post office 



Number Hours Worked 



Day 



Night 



Week 



105 
106 
107 
108 
109 
110 
111 
112 
113 
114 
115 
116 
117 
US 
119 
120 
121 
122 
123 
124 
125 
126 
127 
128 

129 
130 
131 
132 
133 
134 
135 
136 
137 
138 
139 
140 
141 
142 



Elizabeth James Mills 

McDowell Mills Co 

Marion Knitting Mills, Inc 

Charlotte Knitting Co 

Troy Knitting Mill Co .. 

Regal Hosiery Mills Co 

Bismark Hosiery Mills, Inc 

Rocky Mount Hosiery Co 

Wilmington Hosiery Mills, Inc.. 

Durham Hosiery Mills, Nos. 4 and 7 

Efland Hosiery Mills 

Elizabeth City Hosiery Co 

Ideal Hosiery Co., Inc 

Pasquotank Hosiery Co 

Standard Mfg. Co 

Atkinson Hosiery Mills Co... 

Greenville Hosiery Mills* 

Tryon Hosiery Mfg. Co.f 

Acme Hosiery Mills 

Ashboro Hosiery Mills 

Randleman Hosiery Mills, Inc 

Staley Hosiery Mill Co 

Ellerbe Knitting Mills 

Carolina Cotton and Woolen Mill Co. (Athena 

Mill Dept.) 

Washington Mills (Mayo Mills) 

Parsley Tanner, Inc 

Lillian Knitting Mills Co 

Wiscassett Mills Co 

Renfro Hosiery Mills 

Iceman Knitting Mills, Inc 

Henderson Hosiery Co 

Crystal Hosiery Millt 

Glenwood Knitting Mills | 

Melrose Knitting Mills Co 

Wendell Hosiery Mill Co 

Durham Hosiery Mills, No. 5 

Wilkes Hosiery Mills Co 

Wilson Knitting Mills, Inc 



Marion. 
....do... 
....do- 



Charlotte. 
Troy 



Cameron 

Carthage 

Rocky Mount.. 

Wilmington 

Carrboro 

Efland 

Elizabeth City. 

...do 

....do 

...do 

Atkinson 

Greenville 

Tryon 

Ashboro 

....do 

Randleman 

Staley 

Ellerbe.. 



Leaksville 

Mayodan 

Spindale 

Albemarle 

....do _ — 

Mount Airy 

Monroe 

Henderson 

Holly Springs. 
Raleigh 

. — do 



Wendell 

Goldsboro 

North Wilkesboro. 
Wilson.. -. 



60 



'Branch of Scotland Neck Cotton Mills 



tldle. JIdle, 1921. 



Knitting Mills 



85 



Continued. 



Employees 


Wages 


When Paid 


What 
Per 

Cent 

Read 
and 

Write 


Esti- 
mated 
Number 
Persons 
Depend- 
ent on 
Mills 






9 

fa 


9 

O 


"c3 


H 


"Sfc-- S 


o . 

*■- = 

s» 


Wfa&: 


•w c 

o 3 = 
hJfa& 


No. 


4 
9 


30 
21 
35 
60 
12 
10 
30 
40 
50 
90 
12 
50 
35 
39 
15 
7 
40 


25 
40 


34 

30 
50 
75 
16 
15 
35 
50 
56 

208 
17 

180 
55 
60 
27 
13 
43 


$ 5.00 

2.50 
4.00 
7.00 
3.50 
4.00 


$ 1.50 
1.50 
1.50 
2.50 
1.00 
1.00 


■S 


$ 


weeeklv. 

weekly . 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly. . 

weekly 

weeklv 

biweekly 


100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 


50 

60 

200 

200 

19 

50 

105 

30 

168 

1,000 

30 

350 

135 

300 


105 
106 


15 
15 

4 
5 


2.50 
4.00 
2.00 
2.50 


1.00 

2.00 

.75 

.75 


107 
108 
109 
110 
111 


10 
6 


2.50 


2.00 


2.50 


1.00 


112 
113 


93 
5 
90 
20 
21 
12 


7.00 
5.25 
5.00 
2.75 
5.83 
4.50 


1.66 
1.25 

1.50 
1.66 
1.50 
1.50 


3.00 

2.75 
2.80 
2.00 
2.90 
2.50 


1.50 
1.00 
.95 
1.00 
1.00 
1.25 


weekly .. ... 
weeklv .. .. 

weekly 

weeklv . 

weeklv 

weekly 


95 
100 

95 
100 

95 

95 


114 
115 
116 
117 
118 
119 


6 




120 


3 


5.00 


1.50 


2.75 


1.10 


weekly. . . .. 


100 


215 


121 
122 




125 
65 
30 
25 
30 

40 


3 


200 
100 
40 
31 
52 

60 












75 
100 

99 
100 
100 

95 


600 

250 
120 
100 


123 


35 
7 
6 

22 


5.00 

4.00 
5.00 
3.00 

4.16 


2.08 
2.00 
1.50 
1.00 

2.50 


4.16 
3.00 
2.50 
1.50 

3.33 


1.66 

1.60 

1.25 

.75 

2.00 


biweekly. . __ 

weekly.. 

biweekly 

biweekly 

weekly 


124 
125 
126 
127 


20 


180 


128 
129 


100 






100 
146 
300 
125 
125 
46 


4.16 
4.50 
5.00 
3.66 
5.83 
7.08 


1.25 
1.50 
1.66 
1.25 
2.06 


3.33 

2.50 
3.00 
3.33 
3.33 
2.50 


1.25 
1.50 
.66 
1.25 
1.16 






100 
400 
1,200 
375 
375 
60 


130 


46 
75 
25 
50 
6 


95 
225 
100 
75 
40 


5 


biweekly 

biweekly . 

weeklv . 

weeklv 

weeklv . 


100 
98 
95 
95 
90 


131 
132 
133 
134 
135 
136 
























137 


18 


47 
18 
150 
51 
33 


45 


65 
30 

235 
55 
53 










weekly 


85 


175 
90 
500 
165 
250 


138 


12 










139 


40 

4 

20 


5.55 
5.00 
5.00 


1.41 
2.50 
2.25 


3.00 
4.00 
2.50 


1.40 
1.25 
2.00 


weekly 

biweekly 

biweekly 


95 
94 
100 


140 

141 
142 



CHAPTEE III 



FURNITURE FACTORIES 

The growth in the manufacture of furniture has been steady and 
consistent the past decade, the percentage of increase in the yearly 
output during this period being 170; in capital invested, 99; in the 
annual payroll, 238 per cent. 

The counties of Guilford, Davidson, and Caldwell lead in the number 
of factories; the city of High Point, the acknowledged center of this 
development, having become widely noted for the manufacture of 
furniture. The proximity of raw materials is, to a measurable degree, 
responsible for the rapid development of the industry, manufactories 
being located throughout the central and western sections of the State. 

In 1910 the value of yearly output of 83 factories was $11,232,000; 
for 1921-22, 107 establishments report the value of products at $30,288,- 
761. Capital invested has increased during the decade from $3,283,246 
to $6,525,102; the value of plants from $2,404,769 to $8,384,530; yearly 
payroll for 1910 was $1,618,150; for 1921-22, $5,467,614. 

The total number of wage-earners engaged in the manufacture of 
furniture ten years ago w T as 6,383. The number reported employed in 
1922, 8,697, an increase of 36 per cent. The wage scale has advanced 
89 per cent within the period. 

Establishments reporting show 8,697 persons employed, of which 
number 8,334 are men, 274 are women, and 89 are children. The highest 
average daily wage paid men for the last biennial period was $5 ; lowest, 
$1.91. Highest average paid women $2.58, lowest $1.18. Wages are 
paid weekly and semimonthly. 

The average number of hours worked per day, nine and three-quarters ; 
week, fifty-five hours. 

Sixty-two plants report the use of steam power exclusively, and 
twenty-six electric. The remaining ones employ steam and water, steam 
and electric, gas, water, etc. Total horse-power employed, 12,791. A 
small number operate by hand. 

In the tables will be found the detailed information from which the 
foregoing summary of conditions is made. 



88 



Xokth Carolina Industrial Statistics 



Table No. 1 — Factories by Counties. Officers, 



No. 



County 



Post office 



Factory 



President 



Alamance.. 

....do 

....do _. 

Buncombe, 
..-.do 



Burke. 
.„.do~ 



Caldwell. 

....do 

..._do 

....do 

....do..-.. 

....do 

.... do.— . 



Catawba. . 

....do. 

....do 

....do 

Chatham.. 

.-__do 

Cherokee.. 
Davidson. 

....do 

....do 

,__-do 

....do 



.do. 



....do... . 
....do— . 
....do— . 
....do... ., 
....do... .. 

....do 

Davie 

Durham. 
Forsyth.. 

....do 

.... do— . 
..-.do..... 

...do 

_..do 

Guilford. 

...do 

...do 

..-do 

___ do 

...do 



Mebane--. 

....do 

...do 

Asheville. 
.... do 



Drexel 

Morganton- 



Granite Falls. 

Lenoir 

.--.do _--. 

....do 

....do 

....do 

.-.-do 

Hickory 

....do.. 

.--.do— 

.---do 

Siler City 

....do 

Murphy 

Denton 

Lexington 

.-..do 

....do 

....do 



Mebane Bedding Co 

Mebane Iron Bed Co 

The White Furniture Co 

Carolina Wood Products Co. 
C. H. Reeves * 



W. W. Corbett 

J. R. Smith 

W. E. White.. 

D. B. Morgan 

C. H. Reeves, owner 



Drexel Furniture Co.* 

Morganton Furniture Co. 



Warlick & Sherrill Co 

Bernhardt Chair Co 

Caldwell Furniture Co., Inc 

Harper Furniture Co -. 

Kent-Coffey Manufacturing Co 

Lenoir Chair Manufacturing Co 

Lenoir Furniture Corporation 

Hickory Chair Manufacturing Co... 

Hickory Furniture Co 

Martin Furniture Co 

Southern Desk Co 

Chatham Chair Manufacturing Co. 
High Point Bending and Chair Co. 

The Valley River Lumber Co 

Denton Chair Co.* - 

Dixie Furniture Co 

Elk Furniture Co 

Hoover Chair Co 

Lexington Chair Co 



Partnership. 

J. V. Sherrill 

J. M. Bernhardt — 
W. B. Watson 



do Lexington Upholstery Co. 



....do 

....do 

Thomasville 

....do 

....do 

....do 

Mocks ville 

Durham - 

Kernersville 

___do 

Winston-Salem 

— do 

...do 

....do 

Gibsonville 

Greensboro 

—do. -. 

High Point—./--. 

—do 4... 

—do. .Jk. 



F. H. Coffey... 

R. B. Dula 

T. H. Broyhill 

G. N. Hutton 

K. C. Menzies 

G. N. Hutton. 

G. F. Ivey.— 

J. C. Lane... .- 

C. B. Thomas 

W. H. Woodbury 

E. S. Harrison 

E. J. Buchanan 

G. F. Hawkins. 

G. M. Hoover. 

George L. Hackney, 

owner 

Mr. and Mrs. L. J. 
Peacock (owners).. 



Piedmont Mirror Co. f 

Southern Upholstery Co 

Lambeth Furniture Co 

Standard Chair Co 

Thomasville Chair Co 

Thomasville Furniture Co 

Hanes Chair and Table Co... 

Western Feather Co 

Kernersville Furniture Co 

Ring Furniture Co 

Forsyth Chair Co 

Forsyth Dining-room Furniture Co. 

Forsyth Manufacturing Co 

B. F. Huntley Furniture Co 

Overman Chair Co.* 

Standard Table Co 

Sterling Furniture Go 

Alma Furniture Co 

Barnes Manufacturing Co 

Climax Upholstering Co 



T.J.Grimes 

J. W. Lambeth... 
C. F. Lambeth.. 

T. J. Finch 

R. L. Lambeth.. 
J. B. Johnston.. 
J. H. Rutledge.. 
George V. Fulp.. 

S. G. Ring 

Charles Siewers.. 
Charles Siewers . 
H. E. Fries 

B. F. Huntley... 
T. H. Overman.. 
E. P. Wharton... 
John B. Laucks.. 

C. E. Hay worth. 

H. G. Barnes 

S. L. Davis 



'Same as last report. fOwned by Dixie Furniture Co. 



Furniture Factories 



89 



Articles Manufactured, Capital Stock, Etc. 



Secretary or Treasurer 



B. F. Warren... 

J. S. Vincent 

J. S. White 

H. R. Browne 

O. W. Slane and A. C 

Chaffee 

D. H. Warlick 

G.H.Bernhardt 

L.H.Wall 

W. L. Minish 

S. S. Jennings 

R. S. Crisp 

George Bailey 

George W. Hall 

William Cox 

G. F. Ivey 

R. G. Edwards 

C. F. Andrews 

S. Woodbury 

O. T. Leonard 

W. F. Sparger 

J. L. Galimore 

Charles M. Hoover 

J. C. Grimes 

J. W. Lambeth, Jr 

F. S. Lambeth 

S. A. Finch 

John R. Myers 

J. S. Hanes 

J. H. Rutledge 

M. Vance Fulp 

M. Vance Fulp 

M. B. Cash 

Robert A. McCuiston 

W. C. Greenwood. 

M. G. Stockton 

C. W. Overman 

C. D. Kellenberger 

Emory C. Fox__ 

C. E. Hayworth 

P. W. Hutcheson 

W. H. Davis 



Goods Manufactured 



Bed springs, mattresses, and cots 

Metal beds and springs 

Bedroom furniture 

Dining-room and bedroom furniture 

Reframing and making furniture out of materials 

furnished by others 

Furniture 



Bedroom and dining-room furniture- 
Dining-room tables and excelsior 

Dining-room and bedroom chairs 

Bedroom and dining furniture 

Bedroom furniture 

Bedroom furniture 

Dining chairs 

Bedroom furniture 

Chairs 

Bedroom suits 

Dining-room furniture 

School furniture and opera chairs... 

Chairs 

Chairs, swings and fibre furniture... 

Dining-room and bedroom suits 

Chairs 

Bedroom furniture 

Suits, odd dressers and chiffoniers... 
Chairs 



Chairs. 



Upholstered parlor furniture 

Mirrors 

Upholstered furniture 

Furnit ure 

Chairs 

Chairs, stools, benches and rockers 

Bedroom suits 

Chairs 

Feather beds, mattresses, pillows, bolsters. 

Bedroom furniture 

Bedroom and kitchen furniture 

Chairs and rockers 

Dining-room and bedroom suits 

Chairs 

Bedroom suits 

Chairs.- 

Furniture.-- 

Dining-room suits 

Dining-room suits 

Chairs 

Parlor suits and davenettes 



^ o c 

So? 



1904 
1907 
1896 
1918 



1907 
1911 
1917 
1909 
1900 
1907 
1911 
1912 
1911 
1901 
1903 
1903 
1919 
1904 
1915 
1912 
1901 
1902 
1915 

1911 

1903 



1916 
1901 
1898 
1905 
1905 
1916 
1916 
1900 
1911 
1900 
1913 
1892 
1906 
1905 
1908 
1912 
1920 
1919 
1913 



Capital 
Stock 



S 86,000 
48,000 
203,400 
100,000 

650 
266,854 



2,500 
50,000 
125,000 



67,600 
20,000 
25,000 
145,200 
35,000 



125,000 
15,000 
8,000 
30,000 
10,000 
86,000 

106,500 
38,500 



10,000 



14 

70 

494 

14 

23 

25 

15 

15 

100 

100 

77. 

,088 

2 

70 

50 



900 
,000 
,000 
005 
,000 
,500 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
500 
600 
000 
000 
000 



Xo. 



9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 

26 

27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 



90 



Xorth Carolina Industrial Statistics 



Table No. 1— 



County 



Guilford... 

....do 

....do 

....do. 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

.-.-do 

....do 

....do 

....do. 

..-do 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



...do 

....do 

..-do 

....do 

Harnett — 

Haywood 

....do 

Iredell 

....do 

....do 

.--de 

....do 

Lee 

McDowell 

....do 

....do 

....do 

Mecklenburg- 
Randolph 

..-do 

..-do 



Postoffice 



High Point. J TJ... 

...do 

... do v— . 

...do .'-.. 

•...do 

...do ...... 

-.do 

...do 

...do.. 

...do. 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

—do £ 

—do ! 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



...do 

...do 

...do.. 

Julian 

Dunn 

Hazehvood. 

...do 

Mooresville 
Statesville.. 

....do. 

....do- 



^i 



....do. 

Sanford— . 

Marion 

....do 

....do 

....do 

Charlotte. 
.Ashboro. - 

....do 

....do 



Fact ory 



The Continental Furniture Co. 

Dalton Furniture Co 

Ferd Ecker (Ind) 

J. F. and Arthur Ellison 

Ellison Furniture Co.* 

Giant Furniture Co 

Globe Parlor Furniture Co 

High Point Furniture Co 

High Point Metallic Bed Co.... 

Ideal Table Co.... 

Kearns Furniture Co 

Knox Upholstery Co 

Keystone Cabinet Co 

J. A. Lindsay.. 

Marsh Furniture Co 

Mattocks Furniture Co 



Melton-Rhodes Co 

Myrtle Desk Co 

National Upholstery Co 

Rickel Furniture Manufacturing Co 

Southern Chair Co 

Tate Furniture Co 

Tomlinson Chair Manufacturing Co. 
Union Frame Co 



Union Furniture Co 

Welch Furniture Co 

Wrenn Columbia Furniture Co.t- 

Johnson Chair Co 

Newberry Bros. & Cowell 

Unagusta Manufacturing Co 

Waynesville Furniture Co 

Mooresville Furniture Co 

Carolina Parlor Furniture Co 

Imperial Furniture Mfg. Co 

O. W. Slane Glass Co 

Statesville Furniture Co 

Fitts-Crabtree Mfg. Co 

Blue Ridge Furniture Co.f 

Catawba Furniture Co 

Drexel Furniture Co., No. 2f 

McDowell Furniture Co 

H. M. Wade Manufacturing Co... 

Ashboro Chair Co 

Piedmont Chair Co 

Randolph Chair Co 



President 



Fred N. Tate. 



A. L. Ellison 

J. E. Kirkman 

A. S. Caldwell, Jr.- 
M. J. Wrenn, owner. 
R. H. Wheeler 

B. C. Royal ... 

A. M. Rankin 

J. D. Hoskins 

G. A. Matton 



J. E. Marsh, Jr 

C. B. M attocks, 
owner 

Fred B. Rhodes 

L. C. Sinclair 

J. W. Poplin, Prop.. 
A. J. Rickel, owner 

J. E. Kirkman 

A. E. Tate 

S. H. Tomlinson 

W. G. and B. W. 
Kirkman (Part)... 



W. B. Thomas 
W. T. Powell... 



W. H. Newberry 

C. H. Hobbs 

James W. Reid. 

B. A. Troutman 

T. N. McElwee 

W. D. Turner 

O. W. Slane 

W. A. Thomas.. 

W. A. Crabtree. 

F. M. Huffman 

E. J. House 

J. L. Morgan 



D. B. McCrary 

C. L. franford 

C. C. Cranford, 
owner 



•Just begun operations. fSame as last report. 



Furniture Factories 



91 



Continued. 



Secretary or Treasurer 



Lillian J. Massey... 
R. B. Terry, owner. 



Arthur Ellison.. 
O. H. Ellison... 
J. E. Kirkman. 
T. D. Gilliam.. 



C. L. Wheeler.-.. 
J. M. Salsbury... 

O. E. Kearns 

J. Vassee Wilson. 
William Tate 



J. E. Marsh, Sr.. 



E. N. England. 
H. W. Fraser... 



S. L. Davis 

A. E. Tate 

C. F. Tomlinson. 



F.A. Thomas 

F. W. Harriss 

R. H. Shaw, Jr., Mgr.. 

W. R. Bowman 

A. L. Newberry 

C. E. Quinland 

Jas. W. Reid 

R. W. Troutman 

L. S. Gilliam.. 

C. E. Keiger.. 

Fred T. Slane 

J. S. Shelton..... 

W. H. Fitts 



T. F. Wrenn... 
Byron Conley. 
L. J. Cutlar... 



J. O. Redding. 
W. C. Page.... 



Goods Manufactured 



Bedroom suits... 

Tables 

Mirrors.. , 

Parlor furniture in the white 

Dining-room suits.. 

Bedroom suits 

Upholstered furniture 

Bedroom furniture 

Steel beds 

Dining-room suits 

Dressers, beds, etc 

Davenettes and davenette suits.. 

Living-room tables. 

Parlor suit frames 

Kitchen cabinets, wardrobes, etc.. 



a e 
M 9 <s 



>h Spq 



Upholstered suits 

Filing cabinets and sectional bookcases 

Office furniture 

Upholstered furniture 

Chairs 

Chairs„rockers, porch suits, breakfast room suits. 

Furniture 

Furniture 



Frames for upholstered furniture and davenettes 

completed 

Bedroom suits 

Bedroom furniture.. 

Furniture 

Chair stock 

Walnut and ivory bedroom suits 

Bedroom furniture 

Bedroom suits 

Kitchen tables 

Living-room furniture 

Bedroom suits. 

Mirrors 

Bedroom and dining-room furniture 

Safes and tables ._ 

Bedroom furniture 

Oak bedroom suits 

Bedroom suits and china closets 

Bedroom suits . 

Bank, store and office fixtures 

Chairs t 

Chairs 



1901 
1905 
1904 
1911 
1922 
1910 
1906 
1889 
1900 
1916 
1900 
1919 
1919 



1906 

1917 
1911 

1907 
1917 
1916 
1896 
1893 
1900 



1915 
1899 
1900 



1907 
1904 
1903 
1892 
1919 
1903 
1906 
1900 



1897 
1920 
1901 
1906 
1903 
1914 



Chairs and porch rockers. 



Capital 

Stock 



80,000 



5,000 
40,500 
50,000 
31,300 



30,000 
20,000 
77, 150 
16,000 
20,000 



24,000 



100,000 

40,000 

10,000 

5,000 

22,000 

100,000 

350,000 



16,500 
30,000 
119,249 



50,000 
75,000 

163,444 
50,000 
22,500 
50,000 

100,000 
46,200 
19,800 
7,000 
40,000 
12,000 



20,000 
5,000 



Xo. 



48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 

63 
64 
65 
66 
67 



92 



North Carolina Industrial Statistics 



Table No. 1- 



No. 


County- 


Post office 


Factory 


President 


<W 


Randolph 

do 








94 






owner 

S.T.Moffit 


9t 


do 


do 




A. Ashley Dent 


% 




Albemarle 




97 








PS 




Elkin 




A. G. Click 


99 


..do 


Mount Airy 

...-do 






inn 


do 






mi 
in-> 


....do 

do 


.-.do 

... do 


Mount Airy Mantel and Table Co.. 


George 0. Graves... 
A. E. Smith . 


103 


Wake 

Wayne 

Wilkes 

.-.do 


Raleigh 

Goldsboro 

N. Wilkesboro 
....do 


H. S. Storr Co. . 


H. S. Storr 


in4 

105 

mfi 


Goldsboro Furniture Co.* 

Forest Furniture Co 

Home Chair Co.f 

Oak Furniture Co 


J. H. Borden 

G. M. Hinshaw 

J. G. Hackett 


in? 


- _do 


....do 


C. Call... 











'Same as last report. fWill resume operations shortly. 



Furniture Factories 



93 



Continued. 



Secretary or Treasurer 


Goods Manufactured 


q 

"S-a 
II 

O C CO 

Sots 

c u, 3 


Capital 
Stock 


No. 






1905 
1910 
1905 


$ 5,000 

10,000 

100,000 

5,650 

8,000 

100,000 

14,400 


93 


J. C. Moffit 




94 


E. C. WatMns 




95 


C. W. Russell 




96 




Kitchen safes, beds, tables, and library tables.. .. 


1919 
1905 
1903 
1896 

1902 
1902 
1922 
1887 
1902 
1917 
1903 


97 


R. L. Hubbard..- 


98 


E. C. Foy 


Children's cribs, cradles, etc 


99 




100 




Dining-room suits, odd buffets and tables 


200,900 
25,000 

125,000 
90,000 
52,000 
50,000 
52,800 


101 


A. E. Smith 


102 






10.3 






104 


J. R. Finley 




105 


J. H. McNeil 




106 


J. H. Johnson 


Bedroom suits 


107 



94 



Xorth Carolina Industrial Statistics 



Table No. 2 — Shoicing Value of Plant, 



No 



Factory 



Mebane Bedding Co 

Mebane Iron Bed Co 

The White Furniture Co.. 

Carolina Wood Products Co 

C. H. Reeves* 

Drexel Furniture Co.* 

Morganton Furniture Co 

Warlick & Sherrill Co 

Bernhardt Chair Co 

Caldwell Furniture Co., Inc 

Harper Furniture Co 

Kent-Coffey Mfg. Co 

Lenoir Chair Mfg. Co 

Lenoir Furniture Corporation 

Hickory Chair Mfg. Co 

Hickory Furniture Co. 

Martin Furniture Co 

Southern Desk Co 

Chatham Chair Mfg. Co 

High Point Bending and Chair Co.. 

The Valley River Lumber Co 

Denton Chair Co.* 

Dixie Furniture Co 

Elk Furniture Co 

Hoover Chair Co 

Lexington Chair Co 

Lexington Upholstery Co 

Piedmont Mirror Co.t 

Southern Upholstery Co 

Lambeth Furniture Co 

Standard Chair Co 

Thomasville Chair Co 

Thomasville Furniture Co 

Hanes Chair and Table Co 

Western Feather Co 

Kernersville Furniture Co 

Ring Furniture Co 

Forsyth Chair Co 

Forsyth Dining-room Furniture Co. 

Forsyth Manufacturing Co 

B. F. Huntley Furniture Co 

Overman Chair Co.* 

Standard Table Co 

Sterling Furniture Co.._ 

Alma Furniture Co 

Barnes Manufacturing Co 

Climax Upholstering Co 

The Continental Furniture Co 

Dalton Furniture Co 

Ferd Ecker 



Postoffice 



Mebane 

....do 

....do 

Asheville 

....do 

Drexel 

Morganton 

Granite Falls... 

Lenoir 

....do 

..._do 

....do 

....do... 

....do 

Hickory... 

.___do 

....do 

....do 

Siler City 

....do 

Murphy 

Denton 

Lexington 

....do 

.--_do 

.-..do.. 

...do 

....do 

....do 

Thomasville 

....do 

...do 

...do 

Mocksville 

Durham 

Kernersville 

...do .-. 

Winston-Salem. 

....do 

—do 

—do 

Gibsonville 

Greensboro 

—do 

High Point 

—do— 

....do 

...do 

_._do 

—do 



Esti- 
mated 

Value 
of Plant 



S 65,000 
25,000 
125,000 
300,000 
135 
288,809 
300,000 
19,500 
30,000 
100,000 
75,000 
40,000 
50,000 
150,000 
100,000 
50,000 
22,450 
125,000 
20,000 
80,000 
30,000 
15,000 
55,000 
50,000 
33,798 
50,000 
15,000 



Esti- 
mated 
Value 

Yearly 
Output 



31,116 

50,000 

100,000 

250,000 

100,000 

60,000 

500 

34,462 

20,379 

123,429 

320,530 

300,000 

300,000 

250 

80,000 

15,000 
50.000 



'Same as last report. fOwned by Dixie Furniture Co. 



31 



150,000 
150,000 
30,000 
b46 



§250,000 

100.000 

400,000 ; 

1,500.000 

832 

' 456,462 

515,200 

18,000 
270,200 
500,000 
300,000 
300,000 
290,000 
500,000 
400,000 
400,000 
300,000 
300,000 

15,000 
140,000 
150,000 

75,000 
400,000 
350,000 
146,685 
200,000 

20,000 



22,884 
300,000 
700,000 
1,303,036 
750,000 

60,000 

45,000 

175,000 

100,000 

500,000 

1,000,000 

241,638 

1,500,000 

450 

375,000 

250,000 

38,000 
200,000 
125,000 
600,000 
300.000 
250.000 



t 



tfZCrW 



Furniture Factories 



95 



Power, Number of Employees, Etc. 



u 


Power 


u 
a 

ir 1 o 

Is 


3 

O J4 
HH +3 o 

u 3Jg: 

s »•. 
c a >> 

3 o =3 


3 T, 
— - -* 

3 C"ffl 


Employees 


So 
3 cd '£ 

5.2 a 






O-S 

C 3 

P-l 




c 
"3 


O 
t-. 

o 


"3 
o 


No. 


225 




66 

35 

250 


10 
101 

10 
9 


55 

56i 

56i 

54 


40 

20 

130 

250 


5 




45 

20 

133 

300 


95 
100 

90 
100 


no 

yes 
yes 
yes 


1 


300 
300 




2 




3 
50 




3 


300 




4 


260 
300 
270 
225 
300 
300 
280 
300 
290 
300 
300 




2 
150 


5 




10 

10 

10 

10i 

10 

10 

10 

10 

10 

10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 

10 
10 
10 
10 


58 

59 

55 

57i 

55 

55 

55 

55 

55 

55 

55 

55 

56 

55 

55 

60 

50 

55 

55 

55 

55 


109 

150 

14 

112 

125 

70 

120 

100 

90 

160 

120 

85 

115 

10 

80 

45 

40 

85 

80 

90 

85 

5 






109 

150 

14 

112 

125 

70 

120 

100 

90 

190 

120 

85 

125 

10 

104 

45 

40 

85 

84 

90 

85 

5 






6 








99 
100 
90 
75 
100 
90 
90 
85 

90 
95 

99 
98 
50 

75 

90 
90 
95 
100 


yes 

yes 

fair 

yes 

yes 

yes 

yes 

no 

yes 

yes 

yes 

yes 

yes 

yes 

yes 

yes 

yes 

fair 

no 

fair 

yes 


7 




75 
125 
300 

70 
125 
150 
150 
125 
175 
250 
125 

50 
125 
125 
100 
150 
150 

90 
150 






8 








9 








10 








11 








12 








13 








14 




30 




15 


300 
300 
300 




16 








17 




10 




18 


200 




19 


300 




20 


4 


20 


275 




21 


9 75 








22 


300 








23 


300 






4 


24 


220 




25 


208 
150 








26 








27 
















28 


286 






10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


55 
55 
55 
55 
55 
55 


10 
90 
200 
585 
130 
50 


1 




11 
90 
200 
598 
130 
50 
6 

66 
50 
50 
220 
80 
413 


100 

75 
95 
90 
90 
100 
98 
96 
95 
95 
95 
95 


yes 

no 

yes 

no 

yes 

yes 

yes 

fair 

fair 

yes 

yes 

yes 

yes 

no 

no 

yes 

yes 

no 

yes 

no 

yes 

yes 


29 


255 
190 


steam - 


125 
400 


30 






31 






13 




32 


275 




250 
125 


33 


9 75 








34 






6 

66 
50 






35 


310 




150 
125 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 

10 
9 

10 
10 
10 
10 


55 
55 
55 
55 
55 
55 






36 


310 








37 


300 




50 
220 

80 
405 






38 


300 




500 
400 
800 
15 
200 
100 






39 


268 








40 


300 






8 


41 






42 


300 




55 
55 
50 
50 

55 
55 
55 


100 
75 
35 
25 
10 

120 
75 
20 


15 




115 
75 
41 
28 
12 

120 
75 
20 


95 
100 
90 

90 
100 

100 


43 


300 




44 


165~ 




3 




6 

2 


45 


300 






46 


310 






47 


300 




150 
150 

50 


48 


300 









49 


290 


electric . 






50 



96 



__\orth Carolina Industrial Statistics 



Table No. 2— 



No. 



I ; -tor-. 



Post office 



J. F. & Arthur Ellison.... 

Ellison Furniture Co.* 

Giant Furniture Co 

Globe Parlor Furniture Co 

High Point Furniture Co 

High Point Metallic Bed Co 

Ideal Table Co 

Kearns Furniture Co 

Knox Upholstery Co 

Keystone Cabinet Co 

J. A. Lindsay.. 

Marsh Furniture Co 

Mattocks Furniture Co 

Melt on-Rhodes Co __ 

Myrtle Desk Co. 

National Upholstering Co 

Rickel Furniture Mfg. Co 

Southern Chair Co 

Tate Furniture Co... 

Tomlinson Chair Manufacturing Co.. 

Union Frame Co 

Union Furniture Co 

Welch Furniture Co 

Wrenn-Columbia Furniture Co.f - 

Johnson Chair Co 

Newberry Bros. & Cowell 

Unagusta Manufacturing Co 

Waynesville Furniture Co 

Mooresville Furniture Co 

Carolina Parlor Furniture Co 

Imperial Furniture Mfg. Co 

O. W. Slane Glass Co.. 

Statesville Furniture Co 

Fitts-Crabtree Manufacturing Co 

Blue Ridge Furniture Co.f 

Catawba Furniture Co 

Drexel Furniture Co., No. 2f 

McDowell Furniture Co 

H. M. Wade Manufacturing Co 

Asheboro Chair Co 

Piedmont Chair Co 

Randolph Chair Co 

Liberty Chair Co 

Moffit Manufacturing Co 

Ramseur Furniture Co 

Albemarle Cabinet Co.f 

King Manufacturing Co 

Elkin Furniture Co 

Foy Lumber and Manufacturing Co j Mount Airy 

Mount Airy Furniture Co I do.. 



High Point. 

-...do 

-...do 

..._do 

-__.do 

---.do. 

....do- 

..._do._ 

..-_do- 

....do 

--..do... 

..._do 

...-do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

...-do 

__-_do 

.__-do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

Julian 

Dunn 

Hazelwood.. 

....do___ 

Mooresville,. 
Statesville.-. 

....do 

...do 

....do 

Sanford 

Marion 

.__do 

...do 

...do 

Charlotte 

Ashboro 

...do 

...do 

Liberty 

Ramseur 

...do 

Albemarle... 

King 

Elkin 



Esti- 
mated 
Value 

of Plant 



"I 3,200 
49,000 

150,000 
75,000 
71,554 
75,000 
30,000 

180,000 
20,000 
30,000 
20,000 
90,000 
5,000 



200,000 

25,000 

3,000 

100,000 

154,056 

400,000 

8,000 

150,000 

25,000 

70,618 



5,000 

40,000 

250,000 

127,659 

20,000 

12,000 

75,000 

8,000 

210,000 

25,000 

5,000 



20,000 

40,000 

100,000 

20,000 

50,000 

10,000 

5,000 

3,000 

150,000 

1,220 

10,000 

100,000 

25,000 

75,000 



Esti- 
mated 
Value 
Yearly 

Output 



f 40,000 



300,000 

300,000 

400,000 

200,000 

100,000 

300,000 

100,000 

30,000 

55,000 

275,000 

35,000 

105,000 

200,000 

75,000 

12,000 

250,000 

300,000 

2,000,000 

60,000 

750,000 

250,000 

160,844 



Esti- » 
mated 
Yearly 

Pay' 

Roll 



t 12,000 



150,000 

50,000 
314,750 
200,000 

50,000 
350,000 
250,000 
750,000 

50,000 
100,000 
150,000 

50,000 
100,000 
400,000 

60,000 
100,000 
100,000 

10,000 

2,000 

300,000 

5,780 

20,000 
175,000 

50.000 
750,000 



150,000 
60,000 
51,300 
18,000 
20,000 
45,000 
16,000 

5,000 
10,000 
34,500 

4,000 
40,000 
45,000 

7,500 

1,400 

50,000 

60,000 

200,000 

16,000 



50.000 
40,365 



*Just begun operations. tSame as last report. 



-TVD ^O 



iCommon, yes; skilled, no.----""™ . 



12,000 
30,000 
60,000 
50,000 

8,000 
60,000 
17,000 
220,000 
12,500 
20,000 
55,000 

5,000 
30,000 
75,000 
25,000 
20,000 
30,000 

2,000 

600 

65.000 

2,640 

7,000 ■ 
30,000 

5,000 
150JQQO- 




Furniture Factories 



97 



Continued. 






300 



320 
300 
300 
221 
300 
300 
280 
280 
300 
304 
290 
300 
300 
300 



300 
350 
300 
310 
310 
300 
289 



Power 



electric. 

electric 

steam and electric- 
electric 

steam 

electric..- 

electric 

steam 

electric 

electric 

electric 

steam 

electric 

motor 

steam.. 



electric. 
steam... 
steam... 
steam... 
electric. 
steam... 
steam... 
steam... 



tn O 



40 



300 

150 

200 

60 

100 

200 

17 

50 

35 

125 

3 



15 
150 
150 



45 
150 
200 
125 



t. 3> 



5 5 a 



511 



- a o 



Employees 



55 



220 
45 
90 
38 
40 
75 
45 
12 
20 
60 
4 
45 
90 
10 
3 
95 

100 

300 
20 
65 

100 
60 



-a ai 
»P3h 



225 

50 

115 

38 

40 

83 

45 

12 

20 

65 

4 

45 

90 

11 

. 3 

102 

100 

306 

20 

70 

100 

64 



100 



90 
95 

75 
100 

90 
100 
100 
100 

98 
100 

75 

95 
100 
100 

75 



100 



yes 

no 

yes 

no 

yes 

yes 

fair 

fair 

yes 

no 

yes 

yes 

yes 

yes 

yes 

yes 

yes 

yes 

no 

yes 

yes 

no 

yes 



No. 



51 
'52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 
75 
76 
77 



I 100 



275 
310 
240 
300 
286 
300 
150 
300 
260 
300 
300 
225 
150 
312 
300 
300 
300 
150 
100 
300 
300 
150 
260 
300 
300 



steam 

steam 

steam 

steam and electric. 

hand work.. 

steam ! 

electric 

steam 

steam 

steam 

steam 

steam 

steam 

electric 

steam 

steam 

steam 

steam 

steam 

steam 

electric. 

steam 

electric 

water and steam 

steam... 



100 
150 
100 
83 



40 
35 
450 
100 
125 
100 
100 
100 
100 
180 
100 
125 
50 
50 
100 
15 
45 
100 
75 
250 



60 



40 

140 

75 

70 

13 

100 

20 

300 

25 

30 

50 

20 

28 

70 

50 

30 

24 

10 

4 



12 

60 

10 

155 



2 ft* 



40 

143 
75 
70 
14 

100 
20 

300 
25 
55 
50 
20 
30 
73 
50 
30 
24 
10 
4 
80 
3 

12 
64 
10 

185 



90 



90 
100 



100 
100 
95 
95 
95 
100 
100 
95 
90 
90 
100 



no 
yes 
yes 
yes 
yes 
yes 
yes 
yes 
yes 
no 
+ 
fair 
fair 
yes 

yes 
yes 
yes 
yes 
yes 

yes 
yes 
yes 
yes 



liTs 



98 



North Carolina Industrial Statistics 











Table 


No. 2— 


No. 


Factory 


Postoffice 


Esti- 
mated 
Value 
of Plant 


Esti- 
mated 
Value 

Yearly- 
Output 


Esti- 
mated 
Yearly 
Pav 
Roll 


101 


Mount Airy Mantel and Table Co 




S115.000 
100,000 
60,000 
75,000 
50,000 
50,000 
18,000 


5500,000 
800,000 
120,000 
150,000 
150,000 


5 130,000 


10? 


do . 


210,000 
40,000 
36,000 
37,000 


103 


H. S. Storr Co 




104 






105 
10fi 


Home Chair Co.f 


__._do 


107 




....do 


100,000 


25,000 











*Same as last report. fWill resume operations shortly. 



Furniture Factories 



99 



Continued 



c3 












Employees 










St* 






£ 


£ 
















fn 


o j^ 


s * 










£~ 






o-S 


Power 


£ 










a 






. ^ 


No. 






l& 




















;q 




"O'-S.a 






s3 


-3 


— 


rt*s= 


.alts 




^ 5 

Q-5 




3S 


3 O * 


-CO 


"3 
3 


B 
a 

6h 


O 


o 

Eh 




^3 




300 




250 
250 


10 
10 


55 
55 


220 
200 


5 
25 




225 
225 


80 
90 


fair 


101 


300 


steam 


10? 


310 




100 


10 


52 


50 






50 


95 


yes 
no 

yes 


10S 


300 




150 
100 
200 
150 


10 

10 


60 

57 


40 
45 


20 




60 

45 


50 

75 


104 


220 




WS 




steam . 

steam 






106 




10 


60 


75 


— I'"- 


75 


90 


fair 


107 



100 



North Carolina Industrial Statistics 



Table No. 3 — List of Factories, 



No. 



Factory 



Mebane Bedding Co 

Mebane Iron Bed Co 

The White Furniture Co 

Carolina Wood Products Co 

C. H. Reeves* 

Drexel Furniture Co.* 

Morganton Furniture Co.. 

Warlick & Sherrill Co 

Bernhardt Chair Co 

Caldwell Furniture Co., Inc.. 

Harper Furniture Co 

Kent-Coffey Manufacturing Co 

Lenoir Chair Manufacturing Co 

Lenoir Furniture Corporation 

Hickory Chair Manufacturing Co 

Hickory Furniture Co 

Martin Furniture Co 

Southern Desk Co 

Chatham Chair Manufacturing Co... 
High Point Bending and Chair Co... 

The Valley River Lumber Co 

Denton Chair Co.* 

Dixie Furniture Co 

Elk Furniture Co 

Hoover Chair Co 

Lexington Chair Co 

Lexington Upholstery Co 

Piedmont Mirror Co.| 

Southern Upholstery Co 

Lambeth Furniture Co 

Standard Chair Co 

Thomasville Chair Co 

Thomasville Furniture Co 

Hanes Chair and Table Co 

Western Feather Co 

Kernersville Furniture Co... 

Ring Furniture Co 

Forsyth Chair Co... 

Forsyth Dining-room Furniture Co.. 

Forsyth Manufacturing Co 

B. F. Huntley Furniture Co 

Overman Chair Co.* 

Standard Table Co 

Sterling Furniture Co 

Alma Furniture Co 

Barnes Manufacturing Co 

Climax Upholstering Co 

The Continental Furniture Co 

Dalton Furniture Co 

Ferd. Ecker 



Postoffice 



Mebane 

...do 

....do 

Asheville 

....do- 

Drexel 

Morganton 

Granite Falls... 

Lenoir 

....do 

....do.. 

...-do 

..-.do 

....do.... 

Hickory 

....do 

....do 

-..do 

Siler City 

....do 

Murphy 

Denton.. 

Lexington 

....do 

....do. 

— do 

....do 

....do.... 

....do 

Thomasville 

--_do 

....do 

..-.do 

Mocksville 

Durham 

Kernersville 

....do 

Winston-Salem. 

....do 

..._do 

...do 

Gibsonville 

Greensboro 

.—do 

High Point 

...do 

...do 

—do 

...do 

...do 



Highest 
Paid 
Men 



5.50 
4.50 
4.00 



4.25 
3.50 
4.00 
5.00 
4.00 
4.00 
3.75 
6.00 
4.50 
5.00 
5.00 
4.50 
5.00 
2.90 
4.00 



6.40 
6.00 
5.50 
5.00 
6.00 



7.00 
4.25 
6.00 
6.00 
5.00 
3.00 



4.50 
4.25 
6.00 
6.25 
6.00 
6.50 



8.00 
4.50 
6.00 
4.50 
5.00 
7.00 
5.00 
6.00 



Lowest 
Paid 
Men 



•Same as last report. tOwned by Dixie Furniture Co. 



Furniture Factories 



101 



Amount Paid Employees, Etc. 





Lowest 

Paid 
Women 


When Paid 


Wages Increased or Decreased? 


Improvement in — 




Highest 

Paid 
Women 


Financial 
Con- 
dition 

of 
Wage- 
earners? 


General 

Pro- 
ficiency? 


No. 


% 2.50 


$ 1.50 


weekly 






no 

yes 

slight 


1 








yes 

some. 




2.00 


















4 














5 














6 










yes 


yes 


7 






weekly 


same 


8 










yes 

yes 

yes 




9 






weekly 


increased 




10 










yes 


11 
12 






weekly ... 


same 










yes 




13 
14 










yes 


1.25 


1.00 


bimonthly 






15 




semimonthly 

semimonthly 




yes 

yes 

yes 


yes 

yes 

yes 


16 


1.75 






2.15 


1.25 




18 
19 




biweekly 




1.75 


.75 


biweekly 






no 

yes 


9 




semimonthly 
















22 


2.00 




biweekly. 






yes 

some 


23 










yes 


24 














weekly 






no 


26 
27 






semimonthly 


decreased 




no 












3.50 




weekly 








°9 






biweekly. 

semimonthly 




yes.. 

yes 

yes 

yes 

yes 


slight 

yes 

no 

yes 

same 

none 

yes 

some 

yes 

yes 

yes 

yes 


30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 


1.50 






1.75 


1.25 


































yes 

yes 


36 
37 
38 
39 






biweekly 


















yes 


















yes 


41 
42 










3.40 


1.75 


weekly 


same 


same 

yes 

slight 




43 




weekly 




yes 

yes 


44 
45 








2.50 




weekly 




3.50 








none 

yes 

yes 

yes 


none 

yes 

yes 

yes ... 












48 
49 
50 














biweekly 


same . 



102 



North Carolina Industrial Statistics 



Table No. 3- 



No. 



Factory 



PostofSce 



Highest 
Paid 

Men 



Lowest 
Paid 
Men 



S7 



90 
91 
92 
93 
94 
95 
96 
97 
98 
99 
100 



J. F. & Arthur Ellison 

Ellison Furniture Co.*__ - 

Giant Furniture Co 

Globe Parlor Furniture Co 

High Point Furniture Co 

High Point Metallic Bed Co 

Ideal Table Co 

Kearns Furniture Co 

Knox Upholstery Co 

Keystone Cabinet Co. 

J. A. Lindsay 

Marsh Furniture Co 

Mattocks Furniture Co.. 

Melton-Rhodes Co 

Myrtle Desk Co 

National Upholstering Co 

Rickel Furniture Manufacturing Co 

Southern Chair Co 

Tate Furniture Co 

Tomlinson Chair Manufacturing Co 

Union Frame Co 

Union Furniture Co 

Welch Furniture Co 

Wrenn-Columbia Furniture Co. J -. 

Johnson Chair Co 

Newberry Brothers & Cowell 

Unagusta Manufacturing Co 

Waynesville Furniture Co — 

Mooresville Furniture Co 

Carolina Parlor Furniture Co 

Imperial Furniture Manufacturing Co.. 

O. W. Slane Glass Co 

Statesville Furniture Co 

Fitts-Crabtree Manufacturing Co 

Blue Ridge Furniture Co.t 

Catawba Furniture Co 

Drexel Furniture; Co., No. 2J 

McDowell Furniture Co 

H. M. Wade Manufacturing Co.. 

Ashboro Chair Co 

Piedmont Chair Co 

Randolph Chair Co 

Liberty Chair Co 

Moffit Manufacturing Co 

Ramseur Furniture Co 

Albemarle Cabinet Co.t 

King Manufacturing Co 

Elkin Furniture Co 

Foy Lumber and Manufacturing Co 

Mount Airy Furniture Co 



High Point. 

....do... 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

.___do 

....do. 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do... 

....do 

-__-do 

....do 

....do 

Julian 

Dunn 

Hazelwood.. 

.._-do 

Mooresville- 
Statesville... 

....do. 

....do 

....do 

Sanford 

Marion 

....do 

....do. 

....do 

Charlotte 

Ashboro 

....do 

....do - 

Liberty 

Ramseur 

...do 

Albemarle... 

King 

Elkin. 

Mount Airy. 
...do 



$ 6.00 



00 
50 
00 
50 
25 
50 
70 
00 
■in 



"Just begun operations. fOffice. JSame as last report. 



Furniture Factories 



103 



Continued 





Lowest 

Paid 
Women 


When Paid 


Wages Increased or Decreased? 


Improvement in — 




Highest 

Paid 
Women 


Financial 
Con- 
dition 

of 
Wage- 
earners? 


General 

Pro- 
ficiency? 


No. 


$ 


f 


semimonthly 




no 


no 


51 






5fl 


to. 00 












53 


2.50 


2.50 
1.60 


biweekly.. 




yes 

yes. 

yes __ 

yes 


yes 


54 


2.25 




55 






same.. 

same 


yes 

yes 


56 






biweekly. _ .. 

biweekly 

semimonthly 

biweekly 


57 


1.35 


1.35 


58 










59 






same 


yes _ 


some 

yes 

same . 


60 





61 






biweekly 

weekly 

weekly 




slight 


6? 






same.. 


63 






yes 

yes 

yes 

yes 

yes 


yes 

yes 

yes 

fair 

no ._ 


64 






increased . ... 


65 


4.00 




weekly . 
weekly _ ... 


66 






same 


67 


6.50 


4.50 


68 








69 







semimonthly... ._ 

semimonthly 

biweekly 

biweekly 




yes 

no 

no 


yes 

no .. -. _ 
fair 


70 






increased... 

same . . 


71 






72 






73 












74 














75 






semimonthly. _.. 
biweekly 








76 


2.00 


1.75 


increased 




yes 

yes 

slight 

slight 

ves 

no 

yes 

no 


77 






yes 

yes 

no ._ 

yes 


78 




weekly. . 




79 


2.00 


2.00 




80 




semimonthly.. 

weekly 

biweekly 

weekly ._ 




81 








82 








yes 

no 


83 








84 








S5 










yes 


ves 


86 










87 






semiweekly 

weekly _ 

biweekly _ . 




no 

no 


slight . 

none 


88 








89 








90 








no ._ 


yes 

no 

slight 

yes 

yes .. 


91 






biweekly 

biweekly 




92 








no 

yes 

yes 


93 








94 






monthly 




95 








96 






biweekly .. 

biweekly 

biweekly „ 

biweekly. . 




no . 

no . .. 

no 

yes 


no 


97 










98 








no 

slight — . 


99 


2.50 


1.50 


same. . 


100 



104 



!N"orth Carolina Industrial Statistics 









Table 


No. 3— 


No. 


Factory 


PostofEce 


Highest 
Paid 
Men 


Lowest 
Paid 
Men 


101 






I 5.00 
7.50 
6.50 


% 1.50 


W> 




do . 


1.75 


103 


H. S. Storr Co....' 




2.50 


104 








105 




N. Wilkesboro 


3.75 


1.25 


10fi 




....do 




107 




...do 


3.25 


1.75 











'Same as last report. fWill resume operations shortly. 



Furniture Factories 



105 



Continued 





Lowest 

Paid 
Women 


When Paid 


Wages Increased or Decreased? 


Improvement in — 




Highest 

Paid 
Women 


Financial 
Con- 
dition 

of 
Wage- 
earners? 


General 

Pro- 
ficiency? 


No. 


S 2.00 


S 1.50 
1.50 


biweekly 






yes 

yes 

yes 


101 


2.50 






10' 








yes 


103 










104 






biweekly 






slight 


Wt 










106 














107 

















CHAPTER IV 



TOBACCO MANUFACTURES 

This industry is one of the most important of the various groups. 
Measured by the value of plants, value of the finished product, number 
employed in operations and amount of outlay in salaries and wages, it 
ranks second among the industries of the State for which figures are at 
present shown separately. In these particulars it is exceeded only by 
the cotton goods industry. The two combined represent more than 
40 per cent of the total value of all manufactured products reported 
for the State. 

The statistics for this industry include those establishments engaged 
in the manufacture of cigars, cigarettes, chewing and smoking tobacco, 
and snuff. The city of Winston-Salem is the center of the industry, 
reporting over three-fourths of the total value of tobacco products for 
the State. Durham ranks second, and has become widely known for 
the manufacture of smoking tobacco. Manufactories are also located at 
Asheville, Greensboro, Hickory, Leaksville, Eeidsville, and Statesville. 

A tendency towards larger establishments for the manufacture of 
tobacco in its various forms became apparent in the early years of the 
industry, resulting in the immense plants at Winston-Salem, Durham, 
and elsewhere. Twenty years ago there were 96 tobacco manufactories 
in the State; ten years later the number had been reduced to 43, with 
an annual output valued at $35,987,000. Fifteen plants in 1922 report 
the value of manufactured products at $214,830,348, an increase of 
497 per cent over 1909. 

The value of plants reporting for 1922 is $20,115,034; yearly payroll 
$14,027,661. 

Establishments reporting show 16,449 persons employed, of which 
number 9,610 are men, 6,657 are women, and 162 are children. 

Highest average daily wage paid men, $5.04; lowest, $1.71. Highest 
daily average paid women, $3.07; lowest, $1.48. 

North Carolina is one of the largest tobacco-growing states in the 
Union, ranking first in acreage and second in quantity and value of 
products. It was among the first of the states to engage in tobacco 
manufacturing on a factory basis, and shows a marked advancement in 
operations, along with other important industries for the development of 
which the State has become noted. 

In the tables following will be found detailed information from which 
the foregoing summary of conditions in the tobacco manufacturing 
industry is made. 



108 



North Carolina Industrial Statistics 



Table No. 1 — Factories, by Counties, Officers, 



No. 



County 



Postoffice 



Factory 



President 



Buncombe- 
Catawba.. . 
Durham... 



....do 

Forsyth 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

Guilford 

....do 

Iredell 

....do. 

Rockingham. 
....do 

Yadkin 



Asheville. 
Hickory.. 
Durham. 



....do.... 

Winston-Salem. 

....do - 

....do 

....do 

.---do 

Greensboro 

....do.. 

Statesville 

....do 

Reidsville 

.-..do.. _. 

East Bend 



Charles S. Pugh 

Del-Rico Cigar Co 

The American Tobacco Co. (Black- 
nail's Durham Branch) 

Liggett & Myers Tobacco Co 

Bailey Brothers, Inc 

Brown & Williamson Tobacco Co... 

J. G. Flynt Tobacco Co 

R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co 

Taylor Brothers, Inc 

El-Rees-So Cigar Co 

Lang Cigar Co., Inc 

Adams, Powell & Co 

J. H. McElwee 

The American Tobacco Co 

R. P. Richardson, Jr., Co., Inc 

Morse & Wade 



J. F. Dellinger. 



Percival S. Hill.. 

C. C. Dula 

M. D. Bailey 

F. H. Fries 

T. P. Fulton 

W. N. Reynolds. 
W. B. Taylor.... 
JohnT. Rees... 
J. F. Fulton 



Percival S. Hill 

Ed. E. Richardson. 
Otis Wade, Mgr 



Tobacco Manufactures 



109 



Articles Manufactured, Invested Capital, Etc. 



Secretary 



J. C. Dellinger 

Charles F. Neiley 

E. H. Thurston 

Chas. & Fred Bailey 

P. L. Withers 

Mrs. R. C Graham.. 

M. E. Matsinger 

E. L. Jones 

V. B. Morgan 

J. C. Fulton 

Charles F. Neiley 

E. R. Walters 



Articles Manufactured 



Cigars. 
Cigars. 



Cigarettes and Smoking Tobacco 

Smoking Tobacco and Cigarettes 

Tobacco and Cigarettes 

Tobacco and Snuff 

Plug Tobacco, Smoking Tobacco 

Cigarettes, Plug, Twist, and Smoking Tobacco. 

Chewing Tobacco 

Cigars 

Cigars 

Plug Tobacco 

Smoking Tobacco 

Cigarettes and Plug Tobacco 

Granulated Smoking Tobacco 

Smoking Tobacco 



S o a 

5 Sa 



1899 
1919 

1901 
1911 
1905 
1906 
1911 
1899 
1921 
1914 
1916 
1900 



1897 



Capital 
Stock 



4,600 



1,955,300 
907,000 
396,200 
80,000,000 
338,200 
250,000 
125,000 
20,000 



300,000 
5,000 



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CHAPTEE V 



MISCELLANEOUS FACTORIES 

In the division, of industry treated under this head is presented statis- 
tics touching manufacturing establishments reporting to the Department 
that are not included in the chapters on Cotton, Woolen, Silk and Knit- 
ting Mills, or Furniture Factories. The information presented relates 
only to establishments from which it has been possible to secure reliable 
information for the purposes outlined in requests mailed to all classes 
of manufactories in the State. 

The number of returns in this compilation is 1,948, and the averages 
taken from these representative industries afford a reasonably accurate 
conception of the number of miscellaneous factories in operation, the 
great variety of products and the value of manufactures. 

North Carolina establishments manufacture bags and bagging, bas- 
kets, bathroom fixtures, beds and bedding, boats, boxes and box shooks, 
brooms, building materials, cheese, chemicals, clothing, coffins and cas- 
kets, concrete products, confections, coopers' materials, cotton mill sup- 
plies, cotton-seed products, elevators, fertilizers, flour and grist mill 
products, gloves, grist mills, laces, leather, medicines, mirrors, monu- 
ments, organs, paper, pottery, turpentine, vehicles and parts, violins, 
washboards, wheelbarrows, wood pulp, and many other necessities not 
here enumerated. On the whole, conditions may be said to represent a 
stable progress, showing the importance and rapid growth of manufac- 
tures within the State. 

The reports show a marked development in the manufactures of the 
State for the ten-year period 1912-1922. To a large extent its manu- 
facturing industries depend upon the products of its soil, and North 
Carolina is immensely rich in the quantity and variety of raw materials. 

Amount of capital invested and authorized in 1912 was $44,673,613 ; 
in 1922, $156,304,516— an increase of 250 per cent. 

The value of plants reported in 1912 was $20,235,998; reports for 
1922 show this to be $149,368,476— an increase of 259 per cent. 

Yearly output for 1912 was $86,030,562; for 1922, $149,368,476— an 
advance of 74 per cent. 

Establishments reporting show 40,714 persons employed, of which 
number 36,425 are men, 41,120 are women, and 169 are children. 

Payroll 1912, $1,086,760; in 1922, $32,997,672— an increase of 198 
per cent. 

Highest average daily wage paid men $4.64; lowest $1.70. Highest 
daily average paid women $2.83; lowest $1.66. Wages are paid weekly, 
semimonthly, and monthly. Ten hours constitute a day's work ; week, 
sixty hours. 



Miscellaneous Factories 113 



Many classes of power generators are used in plant operations, from 
the large steam boiler to the small electric motor. Total horse-power 
reported employed, 144,489. 

In the following tables will be found detailed information from which 
these conclusions have been drawn. 

In the appendix appears a list of the factories, classified and alpha- 
betized for the convenience of those who may desire to locate a par- 
ticular class of establishment. 



8— 



114 



North Carolina Industrial Statistics 



Table No. 1 — Factories by Counties, Officers, 



No. 



County 



Alamance . 
...do 



.do 

.do 

.do 

_do 

.do 

.do 

_do 

.do 

_do 

.do 

_do_ _ 

.do 

.do 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



....do 

__.-do 

-.__do 

....do 

-_._do_ ..__ 

_._-do 

._..do 

...do 

--.do 

Alexander 

-__do 

__-do 

....do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

Alleghany 

___do 

___do_ _-_ 

-..do 

....do 

...do 

Anson 

....do 

..._do 

....do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

-..do 

_._do 

_._do 



Postoffice 



Altamahaw. 
Burlington.. 



....do 

..__do 

....do. 

...do 

....do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

....do 

...do 

...do 

Burlington, R. 11. 



Burlington. 

...do 

...do 



Graham 

.-..do 

....do.. 

...-do 

....do 

....do. 

Mebane 

....do 

....do 

Dealville 

Hiddenite 

....do 

Stony Point 

Taylorsville, R.4. 

Taylorsville 

....do.. 

..-.do 

Amelia 

Glade Valley 

Piney Creek 

Sparta 

—do— 

Whitehead... 

Anson ville 

...do.... 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

Chesterfield, S. C. 
Marshville, R. 1... 

Morven 

Peachland... 



Factory 



Hub Milling Co 

Alamance Lumber Co. 



Burlington Coffin Co. 

Burlington Roller Cover Co 

Coca-Cola Bottling Co 

Hico Milling Co 

Riley-Huffman Motor Co 

Keystone Paper Box Co 

M. B. Lindsey Lumber Co __ 

Midway Lumber Co., Inc 

National Dye Works 

Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. 

Piedmont Power and Light Co 

Sharpe & Coble Mill Co. 

Spoon & Stafford.. 



Standard Realty and Security Co. 
Sykes Foundry and Machine Co... 
Troy Machine Works. 



Alamance Gleaner 

Chero-Cola Bottling Co 

Graham Milling Co 

D. M. Johnson.. 

Scott Mebane Mfg. Co 

Ye Olde Time Mill* 

Mebane Bedding Co 

Mebane Milling Co 

Trolinger's Brick Yard 

Deal Tanning Co 

J. C. Barnes 

Hiddenite Milling Co 

White & Steele 

Duncan Flour Mills 

Miller Mfg. Co 

Taylorsville Milling Co 

J. M. Warren 

C. L. Hash* 

Bull Head Burr Mills __ 

Piney Creek Cheese Factory.. 

The Marvel Milling Co 

Sparta Roller Mills 

Whitehead & Shepherd Mills*. 

Ansonville Ice Co 

Fred Carpenter 

T. B. Dunlap 

J. D. Martin 

Spingler & Howell. _ 

G. E. Voncannon 

H. J. Griggs 

Morgan & Watts Sawmill 

T. P. Bean 



President 



J. L. Kernodle. 
J. M. At water.. 



P. C. Collins. 



.1. M. 
M. M 



Coble, Owr. 
Rogers 



M. C. 
M. B 

J. R. 
D. E. 
L. M. 
J. H. 



Price, Owr... 

Lindsey 

Parker 

Sellers. 

Squire, Owr.. 
Harden 



J. E. Stafford, Mgr._ 

R. H. Whitehead... 
A. E. Sykes 



H. M. Scott & Sons, 
Owners 

J. D. Kernodle, Ed.. 

J. A. Long.. 

C. P. Allbright 



H. W. Scott.. 

McBride Holt, Owr. 

W. W. Corbett 

W. S. Crawford 

J. A. Trolinger, Ptr. 
John M. Deal 



T. M. Kerley, Ptr... 
A. W. White, Mgr. .. 
J. P. Duncan, Miller 

J. C. Miller, Jr 

W. C. Matheson 



M. L. Hash 

C. A. Duncan, Miller 
C. W. Edwards, Ptr. 



O. E. Ross. 



L. C. Spingler. 



W. P. Broom & Son W. P. Broom 



*Cus>tom grinding. 



Miscellaneous Factories 



115 



Articles Manufactured, Invested Capital, Etc. 



Secretary 



Articles Manufactured 



ET o a 



Capital 
Stock 



No. 



L. D. Rippy 

D. W. Malone 

J. L. Scott 

J. A. Fowler, Prop.. 

J. G. Rogers 

G. F. Huffman 

Ava Heritage 

G. Loray 

W. H. May 

K. L. Burgus 

J. H. Coble 

C. C. Fonville 

A. H. Fogleman 

A. K. Hardee 

C. P. Harden 

Lynn B. Williamson 

B. F. Warren 

C. S. Loffits 

Arthur C. Deal 

T. H. Miller 

L. C. Hafer 

G. W. Thompson 

J. E. Douglas 

George E. Burns 

F. H. Morgan 

L. C. Broome 



Flour, meal, and feed 

Mantels, sash, doors, frames, rough and dressed 

lumber 

Caskets 

Covering cotton mill rolls 

Soft drinks 

Flour, meal, and feed 

General repairing 

Paper boxes 

Window frames and millwork. 

Lumber 

Hosiery dyed and finished 

Soft drinks 

Public service 

Flour, meal, and feedstuff 

Milling, ginning cotton, manufacturing handles, 

picker-sticks, etc 

Lumber 

Cast-iron products, brass and machine works 



1907 
1915 



1900 
1904 
1919 
1913 
1918 
1919 
1917 



1913 



1907 
1914 



Repair work 

Newspaper and job printing 

Chero-Cola 

Flour, meal, etc 

Corn meal 

Overalls 

Grist products 

Bed springs, mattresses, and cots 

Flour, meal, and feed 

Common brick 

Tan hides, manufacturing horse collars, harness, etc 

Lumber 

Flour, meal, and bran 

Dressed lumber 

Flour and meal 

Soft twist yarns 

Flour, meal, and feed 

Lumber 

Flour, meal, and feed.. 

Buckwheat flour, corn meal and chops, feed 

Cheese 

Flour, meal, and chops 

Flour, meal, and bran 

Flour, meal, and feed 

Ice 



1918 
1875 
1916 
1911 
1918 
1900 



1904 
1917 
1912 
1906 



1911 



1902 
1910 



Lumber. _ 

Building material and roofers. 
Meal 



1905 
1919 
1920 
1899 
1870 
1920 
1918 
1909 



Lumber 

Lumber 

Lumber, meal, and cotton ginned. 

Rough lumber 

Lumber 

Lumber and box shooks 



1919 



1913 
1918 
1912 
1919 



4,500 

20,000 

58,000 

500 

250 

5,100 

1,000 



25,000 
12,500 
47,000 



400,000 
3,750 

10,000 
100,000 
12,000 

300 



5,000 
17,500 

3,000 
75,000 



86,000 

48,000 

10,000 

6,100 



5,000 
2,500 



800 
1,500 
1,000 



1,000 
12,000 



600 
1,000 



1,300 
2,000 
40,000 



10 

11 

12 
13 
14 

15 
16 

17 

18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 



116 



North Carolina Industrial Statistics 



Table No. 1— 



No. 



99 
100 
101 
102 



County 



Anson 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

__..do 

__.do 

do 

...do 

....do 

...do 

...do 



...do... 
...do— 

Ashe 

...do... 
...do... 
...do— 
...do... 
...do... 
...do— 
...do... 
...do— 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 



...do.. 
...do.. 

...do.. 
...do.. 
...do. 
...do. 
...do. 
...do. 

...do. 
...do. 
...do. 
...do. 
...do. 
...do. 
...do. 
....do. 
...do. 
...do. 
...do. 
....do. 



Postoffk'e 



Peachland 

....do 

....do- 

..._do 

...do 

Polkton, R. 2. 

Polkton 

Wadesboro 

...do 

...do 

...do_ 

...do._ .- 



.do. 
.do. 



.do. 



_-.do 

Beaver Creek . 
Bina 

Clifton 

.—do... 

Crumpler 

...do 

Dandy 

Fig.. 

Fleetwood 

._..do 

Grassy Creek . 

Helton 

Hemlock 

Hopkins 

....do.... 



Factory 



Jefferson 

....do 

...do -.-. 

....do. 

Lansing 

....do 

Laurel Springs.. 
....do 



.___do 

Ore Knob- 
Othello 

Sly 

,-__do 

Smithport. 

....do 

Sturgills 

Summit 

Toliver 

Wagoner... 
....do 



W. C. Digg'sMill 

Mullis Sawmill _. 

Nance & Kiker 

J. S. Presler 

G. C. Tucker. 

S. H. Allen's Sawmill. 

Ruby Lumber Co., Inc 

Combined Mills. 

Coxe-Bennett Lumber Co. 
K. M. & W. C. Hardison... 
Leak & Little.. 



President 



S. W. Mullis, Owner 
A. A. Nance 



H. G. Clark 

J. F. Allen.... 

T. C. Coxe, Part.... 



Partnership., 
tuby Lumber Co.... . H.G.Clark.. 

C. G. Wilson. 
C. G. Wilson. 



The Southern Cotton Oil Co 

Virginia -Carolina Chemical Co. 



Wadesboro Coca-Cola Bottling Co.. 

John Walker 

Campbell & Trivett.. 

Barr & King* 

Mill Creek Mill 

Staggs Creek Mill 

T. J. Cockerham 

Dixon & Duke Co._ 

C. B. Welch 

J. W. GraybeaP 

A. F. Nichols 

Vannoy & Payne 

Grassy Creek Cheese Co 

Helton Roller Mills 

Little Laurel Mill _ 

Deep Gap Cooperative Cheese Co... 
Hendrix Mills 



John Dent 

F. H. Neal Lumber Co. 

Phenix Lumber Co 

D. P. Waugh 

W. M. Clark 

Elbert McCarter 

C. Johnson 

Peak Creek Roller Mill. 



J. P. Gibbons, Owr. 



Ben Hartsog, Miller 
J. T. Reedy, Owr... 



W. G. Dixon, Part... 



C. M. Payne, Part.. 

H. C. Baker. 

W. J. Perkins 

J. J. Allen, Owr 

J. S. Wilburn 

Miss Mattie Hendrix, 
Owner... 



F. H. Neal, Owr 

R. L. Ballou, Owr... 



James B. Woodie's Mill 

B. H. Cockerham 

FawMill 

W. H. Brown 

Sapp & Roter 

B. H. Goss & Co 

Perkins Brothers 

Helton Cooperative Cheese Factory. 

H. L. Beshears.. 

M. T. Jones 

Bare's Corn Mill 

M. D. Lyall.. 



R. W. Pennington, 
Miller..-. - 



Sidney Turnmire.. 



G. W. Roter. 
A. A. Price... 



I. R. Kilby. 



D. C. Bare, Owr... 



'Custom mill. 



Miscellaneous Factories 



117 



Continued 



Secretary 


Articles Manufactured 


C - f. 

&S g 

t, o a 

go-a 

3 oS 


Capital 
Stock 


No. 






1914 


S 200 


. 52 






53 


M. E. Kiker 




1920 


1,500 


54 




Meal 


55 






1912 
1919 
1922 
1919 


3,000 

500 

3,800 


56 






57 






58 




Corn meal 


59 




130,000 


60 






1919 


61 








62 


R. H. Clark 

F. L. Palmer 


Lumber 


1920 
1887 

1893 
1915 


10,000 
10,000,000 

48,000,000 


63 
64 


S. D. Crenshaw 


Commercial fertilizers, acid phosphate, and sul- 


65 






66 






15,000 


67 


W. A. Campbell 




1916 
1918 
1915 
1897 


68 






500 


69 






70 






200 


71 






72 








200 


73 






1917 


74 








75 










76 






1916 
1915 

1884 




77 


E. B. Young 




800 
20,000 


78 






79 






80 


V. L. Moretz 




1919 


1,220 


81 






82 






1919 
1915 
1918 




83 








84 






10,000 
500 


85 






86 






1920 


87 






600 
700 


88 






1910 

1912 
1921 
1920 
1911 


89 




Flour 


90 








91 






3,000 
1,500 


92 






93 






94 


J. S. Sapp 




1921 

1918 


1,000 

5,000 

500 

975 


95 


B. H. Goss 




96 


J. H. Perkins 




97 


H. M. Young.. 




1917 


98 






99 




Flour, meal, lumber 


1915 




100 




375 
500 


101 






102 



IIS 



Xokth Carolina Industrial Statistics 



Table No. 1— 



No. 



103 
104 
105 
106 
107 
108 
109 
110 
111 
112 
113 
114 
115 
116 
117 
118 
119 
120 
121 
122 

123 
124 
125 

126 
127 
128 
129 
130 
131 
132 
133 
134 
135 
136 
137 
138 
139 
140 
141 
142 
143 
144 
1 15 
146 
147 
148 
149 

150 
151 
152 
153 



County 



Ashe - 

....do 

....do 

Avery 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

.___do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

Beaufort . 

....do 

....do 

....do..... 

....do 

....do 

....do..-_. 



....do.. 

....do.. 

....do.. 

....do.. 
....do.. 
.-..do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
....do- 
....do- 
.... do.. 
.... do_. 
.... do.. 
.... do.. 
.... do„ 
Bertie. 
.... do.. 
____ do„ 
— do„ 
... .do.. 
.... do.. 
....do._ 
....do.. 
....do- 



..__ do. 
...do. 
..._do_ 
...do- 



Post office 



Warrensville.. 
...do 

...do...: 

Banner Elk... 

Cranberry 

Elk Park 

_._do 

Heaton 

....do 

Pineola 

....do. 

Plumtree 

.-_-do_ 

Aurora 

Belhaven 

.__.do 

Chocowinity. 

Pantego 

Pinetown 

....do 



Royal 

Washington. 
...do— 



...do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do -. 

....do. .- 

....do 

...do 

...do - 

...do 

....do 

....do 

.—do - 

._..do 

....do 

Aulander 

....do 

Colerain 

Kelford 

....do 

....do 

Lewiston 

Merry Hill- 
Powellsville. 



....do— 
Windsor. 
....do.... 
....do- 



Factory 



Chas. T. Hamby 

Pine Hill Grist Mill 

Fred Shoemaker -.. 

R. L. Puckett -. 

Cranberry Iron and Coal Co.*... 

J. M. Miller 

Mortimer Bros 

J. M. Heaton 

J. H. Pritchard 

Camp Mountain Timber Co 

Enoch Cornett - 

The Tar Heel Mica Co 

D. T. Vance's Mica Mill 

G. A. Boyd.. 

Woodside Lumber Co 

The Interstate Cooperage Co 

Denby's Sawmill 

Pant ego Gins. — - 

G. V. & W. M. Boyd 

John H. Oden's Sawmill and Cotton 

Gin 

Royal Gin Co - 

Capehart Laundry.. 

Coca-Cola Bottling Co 



President 



J. W. James, Owr.. 



F. P. Howe. 



F. H. Nagal. 



D. T. Vance 

D. T. Vance, Owr.. 



Crystal Ice Co 

Eureka Lumber Co 

Flowers & Stell 

J. Havens 

Havens Oil Co.- - 

E. R. Mixon & Co 

Moss Planing Mills 

Pamlico Brick and Tile Co 

Pamlico Chemical Co., Inc 

Pamlico Printing Co 

Phillips Fertilizer Co 

Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co 

Washington Buggy Co 

Washington Gas Co 

Willis Bakery 

Aulander Brick Co 

J. D. Francis... 

Bertie Motor Co 

Chero-Cola Bottling Works 

Kelford Coca-Cola Bottling Co., Inc 

Parker's Wagon Shop 

Charles E. Jordan 

W. R. Smith's Sawmill 

Cowan's Mill 



C. R. Overton. 
E. S. Dail 

Catling Stave Mill. 



E. L. Gatling. 
Pleasant Oak Co 1 Noah Cherry.. 



Griffith Miles 

Chas. G. Black 

W. T. Denby, Owr... 
C. P. Aycock, Mgr... 
Partnership 



C. T. Allen.... 

J. L. Capehart, Owr. 
W. R. Roberson, 

Mgr 

H. B. Mayo 

S. S. Spruks.V.-Pres. 



J. Havens 

W. H. Whitley. 

B. G. Moss 

E. L. Stewart. . 



J. C. Meekins, Jr. 



C. G. Wilson 

George Hackney.. 
R. A. Blackwood . 



A. T. Castelloe. 



C. H. Jenkins.. 
J. W. Jernigan. 
G. H. HutofL- 
G. T. Parker— 



W. S. Cowan. 



•Idle. 



Miscellaneous Factories 



119 



Continued 



Secretary 



J. E. Nance 

E. H. Mortimer, Treas 

Harold S. Shertz 

J. A. O'Neill 

C. T. White 

D. E. Lewis 

W. Bragaw 

G. A. Phillips 

E. R. Mixon 

C. V. Swan 

W. H. Ellison 

J. C. Meekins, Jr 

George W. Wright 

S. D. Crenshaw 

James A. Hackney 

S. C Bragaw 

J. H. Willis 

W. A. Taylor 

J. A. Long 

C H. Roberson 

C A. Seifert 

Mrs. W. S. Cowan 

J. M. Gatling 

Willie Ward 



Articles Manufactured 



Lumber. _ _ 

Corn meal 

Corn meal 

Lumber by contract 

Iron ore 

Lumber 

Lumber 

Rough lumber 

Shingles 

Lumber, acid wood, and tan-bark_. 

Lumber 

Mica. .. 

Ground mica 

Lumber 

Rough lumber... 

Cooperage, oil box shooks, lumber. 

Rough lumber 

Ginning cotton 

Pine lumber 



Rough lumber, ginning cotton. 

Ginning cotton 

Laundry work 



Coca-Cola 

Ice and ice-cream. 

Lumber 

Shirts 



Flour, meal, and feed 

Bale cotton, cotton-seed meal, hulls, etc. 

Soft drinks 

Building material 

Brick and tile 

Commercial fertilizers . 

Commercial printing 

C ommercial fertilizers 

Commercial fertilizers 

Horse-drawn vehicles 

Gas 



Bread, cakes, and pies 

Brick and lumber 

Rough lumber 

Automobile equipment sold and repaired 

Chero-Cola and soda water 

Coca-Cola and soda water 

Wagons, carts, buggies, wheels, and general repairs. 

Corn meal 

Lumber 

Lumber, shingles, laths, tobacco sticks, and cotton 

ginning 

Carts and wheels 

Buggies, farm carts, and general repairs 

Barrel st a ves 

Rough lumber 



u o 
-:.■ 



1914 
1912 
1908 



1873 
1900 



1919 
1919 
1905 
1908 
1900 
1914 
1914 
1904 
1919 
1900 



1912 



1902 
1894 
1922 

1877 



1904 



1914 
1916 



1893 
1908 
1917 
1920 
1919 
1919 
1919 
1916 
1914 
1891 



1915 

1918 
1897 
1874 
1911 

1920 



Capital 

Stock 



10,000 



500 



934,700 
2,500 
10,000 



1,000 

40,000 

400 

10,000 



9,000 
200,000 



15,000 

16,000 

46,000 

8,000 



28,000 

65,000 

20,000 

20,000 

155,000 

1,000 

110,000 

48,000,000 

50,000 

50,000 

500 

22,000 

500 

12,000 

10,000 

2,400 



1,275 
30,000 



2,000 



10,000 
1,000 



103 

104 
105 
106 
107 
108 
109 
110 
111 
112 
113 
114 
115 
116 
117 
118 
119 
120 
121 

122 
123 
124 

125 
126 
127 
128 
129 
130 
131 
132 
133 
134 
135 
136 
137 
138 
139 
140 
141 
142 
143 
144 
145 
146 
147 
148 

149 
150 
151 
152 
153 



120 



North Carolina Industrial Statistics 



Table No. 1 — 



No. 



County 



Postoffice 



Factory 



President 



155 
156 
157 
158 
159 
160 
161 
162 
163 

164 
165 
166 
167 
168 
169 
170 
171 
172 
173 
174 
175 
176 
177 
178 
179 

180 
181 

182 
183 
184 
185 
186 
187 

188 

189 

190 
191 
192 
193 
194 
195 

196 
197 
198 
199 
200 
201 



Bertie.. 

Bladen. 
....do— 
....do... 
....do... 
....do... 
....do— 
....do... 
....do... 
....do... 



.do.. 
.do.. 

.do.. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
_do. 

.do. 
.do. 

_do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
-do. 

.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



Woodville 

Abbottsburg. 
Bladenboro.. 

...do 

Clarkton 

....do- 

Council 

...do 

...-do _-. 

Dublin. 



..-.do 

....do 

_.._do 

...do 

Brunswick 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

Buncombe 

...do 

...do 

...do 

-...do- - 

.do 



Elizabethtown.. 

Emerson 

Richardson 

White Oak 

Ash 

...do 

Delco 

Shallotte. 

Southport _. 

....do 

Alexander 

Asheville 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 



.do. 
.do. 



.do 

.do 

-do 

.do 

.do 

.do 



.do. 
.do. 

_do. 
_do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



U. S. Morris & Bro 

A. M. Chance 

Bridger Corporation 

Bryan & Sikes Sawmill 

Hammer Lumber Co 

E. S. Parson's Lumber Co. 
Rush Sawmill 

B. J. Sanderlin 

Southern Planing Mill Co.. 
Pegs Branch Corn Mill 



U. S. Morris. 



R. L. Bridger. 



Thos. B. Hammer.. 
E. S. Parsons, Mgr.. 
J. A. Rush... 



B. J. Sanderlin 

H. F. Bullard, Owr. 
and Mgr 



J. D. Jones.. 

W. T. Porter 

Evans Mill 

J. E. Rice's Sawmill 

John Jeurette — 

Long Bros _ 

J. H. Mitchell 

Shallotte Trading Co 

Ocean Sea Food and Canning Co.. 
Southport Fish Scrap and Oil Co.— 

Alexander Mills. 

The Asheville Baking Co 

Asheville Harness Co 

Asheville Packing Co 

Asheville Printing and Eng. Co 

Asheville Supply and Foundry Co.. 



Richard P. Bear & Co 

Biltmore Industries (Grove Park 
Inn) 

Biltmore Wheat Hearts Co 

Blue Ridge Lime Co 

Candy Kitchen.. 

Carolina Creamery Co 

Carolina Machinery Co., Inc 

Champion Chemical Co 



T. O. Evans 



Chero-Cola Bottling Co. 
Clinehfield Lime Co 



Club Cafe and Candy Kitchen 

Coca-Cola Bottling Co 

Commercial Service Co 

B. F. Dixon's Pressing Club 

The Florida Piedmont Directory Co 
French Bakery 



C. E. Gause— 

J. W. Dey 

E. V. Menell 

Roger A. Grant 

J. P. Coston 

F. Zimmerman 

F. A. Hendricks 

D. S. Hilderbran. 

Partnership 



F. L. Seely 

D. Sam Cox 

J. W. Grimes 

Mike Arakus, Owr. 

Artis Bynum 

W. F. Post 

Charlie Nichols, 

Owr 

Partnership.. 

H. R. Bradshaw, 

Vice-Pres — 



Partnership. 



do French Broad Mfg. Co. 

do Georgia Talc Co 

Asheville, R. 1 Grace Brick Works 

Asheville Groves Printing Co 

do. Hackney & Moale Co... 



do I do ! Hans Rees Sons. 



Mrs. Richard Nickel, 

Owr.. 

G. E. Huggins 

E. B. Glenn 

G. C. Shehan, Owr.. 
P. W. Groves, Prop.. 

P. R. Moale 

Harold B. Rees 



Miscellaneous Factories 



121 



Continued 



Secretary 



Articles Manufactured 



2.= i 
F* O H 

gO'S 

I si 



Capital 
Stock 



No. 



W. F. Morris 

H. C. Bridger 

Thos. B. Hammer... 

W. T. Sanderlin 

W. L. Swan 

J. Berg 

J. S. Sutton 

E. V. Menell 

Helen G. Grant 

C. N. Webster 

W. A. Steele 

H. J. Sutton 

J. E. Dickerson 

D. Sam Cox, Treas.. 

Hans Broly 

A. L. Post.... 

J. W. Grimes 

Robert L. Mitchell. . 
J. F. Glenn 

P. E. Morrow 

George E. Eastmead 



Lumber and ginnjpg cotton 

Lumber 

Cotton-seed oil, meal, hulls, and linters. 

Rough lumber. 

Lumber 

Lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Dressed lumber 



1900 
1916 
1918 
1920 
1908 



3,500 



Corn meal 

Lumber and gin cotton 

Lumber 

Rough lumber 

Shingles and lumber 

Lumber, corn meal and grist, and gin cotton 

Lumber 

Lumber 

Distilling crude turpentine 

Canned shrimp 

Fish oil, scrap and fertilizer 

Flour and meal 

Bread and cakes 

Saddlery 

Fertilizer and tallow 

Job printing 

Iron, brass and aluminum castings, also machine 

shop 

Lumber 



1921 
1894 
1922 

1904 
1918 
1906 
1918 

1917 
1908 



1919 



Homespun 

Cereal 

Burnt lime, agricultural lime and crushed rock. 

Ice-cream and candy 

Ice-cream, pasteurized milk 

Machinery and castings 



Mi-cleanser scrubbing powder. 
Soft drinks 



Ground limestone, crushed rock. 

Candy and ice-cream 

Coca-Cola and soda water 

Directories 

Cleaning and pressing. 

Directories 



1918 
1914 
1922 
1920 
1907 
1887 
1913 

1895 



1913 
1900 
1904 
1921 
1912 
1912 

1915 
1919 

1915 



1919 
1914 
1912 



Bakery products 

Bedspreads 

Talc pencils and powdered talc 

Common brick 

Job printing 

Job printing, book binding and publishing. 
Tanners and finishers of leather 



1921 
1911 
1905 



125,000 

1,100 

200,000 



5,000 



800 



2,000 
3,000 



2,000 
5,000 



290,000 

1,000 

30,000 

20,000 

15,000 

7,600 

30,000 



50,000 
12,500 
24,800 



100,000 
100,000 



38,000 



125,000 
6,000 



1,000 



429,000 
32,000 



1902 
1901 



39,800 
1,000,000 



154 

155 
156 
157 
158 
159 
160 
161 
162 

163 
164 
165 
166 
167 
168 
169 
170 
171 
172 
173 
174 
175 
176 
177 
178 

179 
180 

181 
182 
183 
184 
185 
186 

187 



189 
190 
191 
192 
193 
194 

195 
196 
197 
198 
199 
200 
201 



122 



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Table No. 1 — 



No. 



202 
203 
204 
205 
206 
207 
208 
209 
210 
211 
212 
213 
214 
215 
216 
217 
218 
219 
220 
221 
222 
223 
224 
225 
226 
227 
228 
229 
230 
231 
232 
233 
234 
235 
236 
237 
238 
239 
240 
241 
242 
243 
244 
245 
246 
247 
248 
249 
250 
251 

252 
253 
254 



County 



Buncombe . 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do. 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

_...do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

_...do 

_.__do 

....do 

Burke 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do. 

....do 

_.._do 

_.._do 

____do 

____do 

Cabarrus... 

....do 

....do 



Postoffice 



.do 

.do 

.do 



Asheville. 

__.do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do. 

...do.. 

...do. 

__.do.. 

...do 

...do. 

...do... 

...do 

...do. 

...do .-. 

...do 

...do 

...do 

Azalea 

Barnardsville 

Biltmore 

...do 

....do .- 

....do. --.. 

...do.... 

Black Mountain... 

Candler 

...do 



Dillingham 

Leicester 

Stocksville 

Swannanoa 

Weaverville 

._-do—- --.. 

Connelly Springs 

...do 

...do 

Glen Alpine 

Morganton 

Morganton, R. 4. 

Morganton 

__.do 

Valdese 

.-_-do- 

._.-do 

Worry 

Concord 

....do 

....do 



...do. 
...do. 

...do- 



Factory 



Harris Printing Co 

The Inland Press 

T. P. Johnson & Co 

William M. Jones. 

McRary & Sons 

Manhattan Laundry 

Mountain City Laundry 

National Casket Co 

Quality Bakery 

Paul's Bakery 

Piedmont Directory Co 

Pool & Co., Inc 

Sanitary Laundry 

J. B. Shope 

Storage Supply Co 

Swannanoa Laundry 

Whiteside Printing Co 

Woodard Lumber Co 

Azalea Woodworking Co 

Mrs. S. E. Greenwood 

Asheville Mica Co 

Biltmore Milling Co 

The Felstone Co 

Southern Spar and Mica Co 

Williams-Brownell Planing Mill Co. 

J. A. Walker's Sawmill.. 

W. M. Penland & Son 

Peoples Roller Mills - 

J. C. Waters 

J. B. Howell & Son 

Leicester Roller Mills 

Ball's Sawmill 

Reighard Lumber Co 

Reems Creek Milling Co 

Weaverville Milling Co 

Huffman & Hudson-.. 

J. J. Jasamine 

McGallard Roller Mills 

Glen Alpine Milling Co 

J. P. Bumgarner 

Carswell & Smith 

Duckworth Brick Co 

International Shoe Co 

Waldensian Bakery 

Waldensian Paper Box Co 

Waldensian Swiss Embroidery Co.. 

Caldwell's Mills 

Blume's Repair Shop 

Carolina Bottling Co 

Concord Foundry 



Concord &. Kannapolis Gas Co 

Concord Job Printery 

Concord Steam Bakery 



President 



F. H. Harris, Prop. 
F. A. Barber 



W. S. McRary 

F. U. Greer 

J. F. Weaver 

P. B. Heintz 

P. K. Wilde, Owr. 
C. C. Paul, Owr... 

E. H. Miller 

J. J. Nichols 

E. Wilder, Owr... 



D. C. Waddell 

C. N. Brown, Owr. 
Ed. W. Whiteside— 

T. J. Woodard 

W. O. Riddick 



G. M. Felmet.- 

C. Marshall Gravatt 
C. Marshall Gravatt 

J. P. Hansen 

J. A. Walker 



Oscar Ducket, Owr.. 
J. S. Ball 

L. E. Reighard 



J. H. Giles. 



Ed. Alexander 

F. C. Rand... 

J. P. Rostan, Prop. 

F. Garron 

W. C. Ervin 



M. L. Blume 

J. F. Goodman 

C. A. Blackwelder, 

Owr 

Walter Wbitstone.. 

R. C. Litaker 

G. T. Barnhardt... 



Miscellaneous Factories 



123 



Continued 



Secretary 



Articles Manufactured 



Capital 
Stock 



No. 



,202 
J 203 

204 
205 
206 
207 
208 
209 
210 
211 
212 
213 
214 
215 
216 
217 
218 
219 
220 
221 
222 
223 
224 
225 
226 
227 
228 
229 
230 
231 
232 
233 
234 
235 
236 
237 
238 
239 
240 
241 
242 
243 
244 
245 
246 
247 
248 
249 
250 

251 
252 
253 
254 



H. D. Creighton 

J. W. McRary 

R. S. Greer 

J. A. Ware 

W. E. Cornahan 

J. D. Miller 

Fred Kent 

W. Allen Riddick .... 

W. L. Gravatt 

E. L. Gaston 

Oden Walker 

A. E. Reighard 

J. H. Wright 

M, J. Buchanan, Mgr 

A. W. Trexler 

F. Duckworth 

F. A. Sudholt 

A. F. Garron 

F. Garron 

J. T. Honeycutt 

W. B. Anderson 



General job printing 

Job printing 

Roofing, guttering and general repair 

Sash, blinds, doors, etc 

Truck bodies 

Laundry work 

Laundry 

Basket dimension work 

Bakery products 

Pastry and bread 

Direct ories 

Dry cleaning and dyeing 

Finished laundry 

Harness and repairing 

Ice, cold storage 

Laundry work 

Job printing 

Rough lumber 

Dressed lumber 

Flour and meal 

Mica for stoves and electrical insulation 

Flour, meal, and feed 

Grave and ornamental stone, garden furniture. 

Crystal for facing ornamental concrete 

Table tops, core stock, etc 

Lumber __ 

Pottery, crocks 

Custom grinding : ; 

Custom sawmilling 

Corn meal 

Flour, meal, and feed 

Lumber 

Planing and sawing lumber 

Flour and meal 

Flour, meal, and feed.. 

Pine and oak lumber.. 

Rough lumber, laths 

Flour and corn meal 

Flour and meal 

Rough lumber 

Lumber 

Common brick 

Tanning leather 

Bread, pastry, etc 

Card-board boxes 

Embroideries and novelties 

Flour, meal, and feed 

Repair shop 

Coca-Cola and ales 



1915 
1905 
1911 
1890 
1916 
1921 
1913 
1891 
1922 
1902 
1907 
1919 
1911 
1911 
1906 
1902 
1902 



500 

50,000 
13,390 



10,000 

10,500 

6,000,000 



1911 
1915 
1899 
1922 
1922 
1921 
1903 
1919 
1870 



1900 
1916 
1913 
1915 



1915 



1921 
1907 

1897 



1917 



1915 
1917 
1915 



1919 
1904 



Casting, repair shop 

Gas 

Commercial printing... 
Bread, cakes, and pies. 



1917 
1913 
1900 



10,000 
10,000 



3,000 
126,000 



34,107 

29,300 

3,000 

200,000 

25,000 

100,000 

40,000 

32,000 

1,000 



3,000 
10,000 
15,000 
5,000 
2,000 
1,500 



1,500 



10,000 
13,500 
39,400 



17 
3,000 



150,000 
4,500 
1,500 



124 



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Table No. 1 — 



No. 


County 


Postoffice 


Factory 


President 


255 


Cabarrus - 

do 








256 


do 


Model Flour Mill Co _.- ... 


L. D. Coltron 


257 


do 


...do 




G. S. Klutz... 


258 
259 


....do 

do 


....do -.-- 

do 


Poplar Tent Ginning and Imp. Co.. 


D. B. Coltrane 


260 


....do 

do 


do 




P. F. Stallings 


261 


...do 


The Southern Cotton Oil Co 

W. Ed. Harris. 


C. G. Wilson 


262 


....do ... 

do 


Harrisburg 

do 




263 


A. R. Mills Repair Shop 




264 


do 


Midland 

Mount Pleasant—. 
Collettsville 






265 


do 


J. L. C. Miller 




266 


Caldwell 

do 


T. J. Moore 




267 






268 


do 


Globe. 






269 


do 


....do 


Globe Corn Mill. ._ 


D. P. Moore, Owr... 


270 


do 


. do 


R. D. Green 




271 


do 


Granite Falls 

....do.. 






272 


do . 




H. V. Bolick, Mgr... 


273 


do 


...do 


Granite Falls Milling Co. 




274 


do 


do 






275 


....do 

do 


....do 

....do 


Liberty Shirt Mills 




276 


Warlick & Sherrill Co 


J. V. Sherrill 


277 


do 


Kings Creek 

Legerwood 

.do 






278 


do 






279 


do 






280 


do 








281 


do 


do 






282 


do 


. do . 


C. H. Holloway 




283 


do 


do 




R. S. Crisp 


284 


do 


do 






285 


do 


...do 




J. C. Seagle 


286 


do . 


— do— . 




G. N. Hutton 


287 


....do 

do 


....do 

- do . .. . 


A. G. Miller .... 




288 


Mint-Cola Bottling Co 




289 


do 


do 




J. N. Powell 


290 


do 


do 


Puett Mill 




291 


do 


...do 


Reins Bros 

Turtle's Roller Mills 

Yadkin Woolen Mills 

W. B. Estes 


R. F. Reins, Mgr.-. 


292 


...do 


Lenoir, R. 5 


D. B. Tuttle, Owr... 


293 


.___do 

....do 

....do 

Carteret 

....do 

do 


John R. Hagaman, 


294 




Owr 


295 


Yadkin Valley 


C. C. Steele 




296 


Beaufort Ice Co 

Beaufort Machine Shop.- 


J. H. Potter, Sr 


297 


_--.do 


W. L. Paul, Owr 


298 


-...do 


W. A. Mace 


299 


do . 


-..do. . 




F. E. Willson 


300 


....do... _ 

....do 

do 


_-.-do 

....do 

--..do - . 




C. A. Clawson, Owr. 


301 
302 


Dey's Fish Factory. 


C. P. Dey, Owr 

W. R. Powell, Owr. . 


303 


...do 


....do 


Whitehurst & Rice Marine Ry 

Bell-Wallace Co. . . 


J. W. Whitehurst, 


304 


do 


Morehead City 

....do 


Mgr. 


305 


....do 


The B-W Laundry Co 


Chas. S. Wallace, 






Part Owr 



Miscellaneous Factories 



125 



Continued 



R. E. Ridenhour 

J. A. Cannon 

C. R. Andrew 

F. L. Palmer 

W. W. Moore 

J. S. Leonard 

J. S. Leonard 

D. C. Hickman_. 
D. H. Warlick... 
T. D. Ernest 

V. D. Guire 

J. C. Guire 

W. H. Craddock. 

R. S. McGowan. 
J. W. Powell 

C. H. Bushall... 

W. G. Mebane... 
F. R. Seeley 



Articles Manufactured 



Laundering 

Flour, feed, and meal 

Lumber and building material- 
Cotton ginning 

Ice 



Custom grinding 

Cotton-seed products. __ 

Rough lumber, ginning cotton 

General repair work 

Rough and dressed lumber... 

Building material 

Corn meal.. 

Lumber 

Rough lumber 

Corn meal 

Rough lumber 

Sash, doors, blinds, flooring, ceiling, etc.. 

Soft drinks 

Flour and corn meal 

Lumber, building material 

Shirts 



Tables, excelsior, etc 

Flour and corn meal 

Rough lumber 

Finished lumber 

Bread, pies and cakes 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rotary veneers 

Lumber 

Flour, meal, and feed 

Rotary veneers and panels. 

Flour and corn meal 

Bottling soft drinks 

Brick 



Corn meal and feed 

Monuments 

Flour and corn meal 

Wool yarns, blankets, homespun cloth and wool 

batten 

Lumber and shiDgles 

Rough lumber... 

Ice 



General repair work 

Newspaper, job printing 

Rough and dressed lumber. 

Bread and cakes 

Fish meal, scrap and oil 

Rough lumber... 



Boats 

Boat building and repairs. 

Laundry _ 






1900 
1920 
1910 
1908 
1915 



1887 
1901 
1922 



1920 



1889 



1921 
1919 
1903 



1910 



1915 
1905 



1890 
1917 
1895 
1902 

1917 
1900 



1910 
1910 
1912 
1916 



1881 
1906 



1906 
1917 



1922 



Capital 
Stock 



S 10,000 

25,000 

7,500 

2,275 

30,000 



10,000,000 
6,000 



10,000 
1,000 



1,600 
1,500 
1,800 

21,000 
3,000 
8,560 

16,300 

35,000 
2,500 
5,000 
1,000 
5,000 
700 
900 
1,000 

30,000 



25,000 

40,000 

800 

750 

10,000 



1,000 



1,130 

12,000 

500 

5,900 

200,000 



1,950 



500 

2,500 



No. 



255 
256 

257 
258 
259 
['260 
261 
262 
263 
264 
265 
266 
267 
268 
269 
270 
271 
272 
273 
274 
275 
276 
277 
278 
279 
280 
281 
282 
283 
284 
285 
286 
287 



290 
291 
292 

293 
294 
295 
296 
297 
298 
299 
300 
301 
302 

303 
304 

305 



126 



North Carolina Industrial Statistics 



Table No. 1 — 



No. 



306 
307 
308 
309 

310 

311 
312 

313 
314 
315 

316 
317 
318 
319 
320 
321 
322 
323 
324 
325 
326 
327 
328 
329 
330 

331 
332 
333 
334 
335 
336 

337 
338 
339 
340 
341 
342 
343 
344 
345 
346 
347 
348 
349 

350 
351 
352 
353 



County 



Postoffice 



Factory 



President 



Carteret. 
...do.... 
.... do.... 
...do.... 



....do. 

....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 



...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

Caswell... 

...do 

Catawba. 

...do 

...do 

...do 

.... do... ... 

...do 



....do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 

.... do.. 

....do.. 
....do.. 
_...do_. 
____do_. 
..._do_. 

....do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
— do_. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
..._do__ 



Morehead City... 

— do 

—do 

—do 



.do. 

.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



—do 

Newport . 
.... do 



...do 

Milton 

....do _.__ 

Catawba, R. 2. 

Catawba 

Conover 

...do 

...do 

....do— 

—do 

Henry 

Hickory 



-do. 

.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



—do -..- 

...do 

....do— 

...do 

—do 

—do 

...do 

....do 

—do 

Hickory, R. 1. 

Hickory 

...do 

...do 

...do 



do 




do 




do 




do 






Carteret Ice, Trans, and Storage Co. 

Interstate Cooperage Co 

Morehead City Bottling Works, Inc. 
Morehead Coca-Cola Bottling Co., 

Inc 

Nelson Machine Works 



C. S. Wallace. 
F. W. Weller.. 
J. B. Lewis 



Portsmouth Fisheries Co. 

Smyrna Factory 

C. H. Wade 

Wallace Fisheries Co 

Willis Marine Railways .. 



G. H. Hutaff 

Chas. L. Nelson, 
Owr 

Chas. S. Wallace.. 
Chas. S. Wallace- 



Woodland & Co 

Eubank Lumber Co 

Mann's Repair Shop.. 

Taylor's Fish Scrap Factory... 

Hurdle's Fact ory 

Long's Mill 

Eureka Roller Mills 

A. Martin & Son 

J. Bolick Sons Co 

Bolick Wheel Co 

Conover Roller Mills 

Hickory Handle and Mfg. Co. 

Warlong Glove Mfg. Co 

Catawba Pottery 

City Steam Bakery 



O. C. Willis, Owner 

and Mgr... 

J. E. Woodland 



D. E. Mann 

T. G. Taylor 

J. A. Hurdle 

W. T. Long, Owr.... 



Clay Printing Co 

Coca-Cola Bottling Co 

Hickory Auto Corporation 

Hickory Collar Co 

Hickory Flour Mills 

Hickory Foundry and Machine Co. 



Hickory Harness Co 

Hickory Ice and Coal Co 

Hickory Mfg. Co 

Hickory Marble and Granite Co. 

Hickory Novelty Co 

Hickory Overall Co 

Hickory Printing Co 

Hickory Steam Laundry 

Hilton Pottery Co 

Hutton & Bourbonnais 

F. B. Ingold 

Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co 

Phoenix Roller Mills 



Jerome Bolick 

S. S. Rowe, Owr. ... 
Mrs. A. L. Shuford. 

A. L. Shuford 

R. D. Ritchie, Owr.. 
C. W. Ellington, 

Prop 

E. Lyerly 

H. P. Williams, Mgr. 

K. C. Menzies 

P. A. Setzer, Prop... 

J. A. Moretz 

T. W. Clay 



S. L. Bowman, Mgr. 

A. C. Hewitt 

J. D. Elliott. 



A. B. Hutton 

J. D. Elliott 

W. M. Reese, Owr. 

J. L. Leach 

E. A. Hilton 

G. M. Hutton 



Chas. L. Davis, Owr. 
L. R. Brewer, 

Owner and Mgr.. . 



L. W. Poovey 

Propst Brothers 

The Southern Desk Co. 
Stallings & Brittain 



C. C. Propst, Part... 
G. F. Ivey, Owner.. 



Miscellaneous Factories 



127 



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Secretary 



Articles Manufactured 



RO- 



Capital 

Stock 



No. 



Allen C. Davis. 

C. F. White 

J. B. Lewis 



C. A. Seifert_ 



W. M. Webb. 



A. S. Sterling 

W. M. Eubank, Owner. 



M. L. Bolick 



J. C. Miller.... 
D. S. Menzies. 



S. S. Rowe._ 
W. W. Burns 



Herman Payne... 

J. G. Carrier 

J. A. Bolch 

C. H. Cline 

A. C. Henderson. 



J. E. Walker.. 
A. B. Hutton. 



Ice 

Rough lumber. 
Soft drinks 



Soft drinks. 



1898 
1904 
1918 

1919 



Auto repairing 

Fish-scrap and oil 

Fish-scrap 

Boats and boat repair. 
Fish-scrap and oil 



1917 











A 


L. 
M 




R 


Hunsucker 



Repairing and painting small boats 

Sea food and vegetables canned 

Lumber 

Repair shop 

Fish-scrap and oil 

Tobacco flues and stove-piping 

Corn meal. 

Meal and feed (custom mill)... 

Lumber 

Buggies, bodies, etc 

Wheels 

Flour, meal, and feed 

Wooden loom parts, coops, baskets, school desks, 
etc 



1910 
1918 
1920 



1911 
1912 
1872 
1900 



1910 



Cloth gloves -. 

Jars, crocks and jugs.. 



Bread, pies and cakes 

Commercial printing and publishing 

Coca-Cola and soda water... 

Auto sales and repair 

Horse collars 

Flour, meal and feed.. 

Foundry and machine works 

Harness and strap work and mill rolls covered . 
Ice 



1911 
1917 
1905 

1908 
1906 



Sash, doors, and building material- 
Monuments 

Sash, doors, mouldings, etc 

Overalls and work pants 

Commercial printing 

Laundry 

Jars, flower pots, etc 

Dressed lumber and box shooks 

Sheet-met al manufacturers 

Soft drinks 



1920 
1910 
1908 
1918 
1906 
1905 
1890 
1905 



1913 
1917 
1919 
1917 
1907 



Flour, feed, meal, and bran. 
Common brick 



1916 



R. M. Stallings. 



School desks, opera chairs and cotton mill supplies. 
Lumber _ 



1903 
1918 



100,000 

200,000 

1,200 

• 3,000 

8,600 
105,000 



5,000 
34,000 



30,000 



5,000 



2,000 



10,000 

5,000' 

500 



10,000 



14,400 



53,100 

7,800 

10,437 

36,600 

24,000 

1,000 

5,000 

100,500 

3,000 

25,000 

1,000 

150.000 

1,500 

7,000 



500 

1,200 

100,000 

4,000 



306 
307 
308 



310 
311 
312 
313 

314 

315 
316 
317 
318 
319 
320 
321 
322 
323 
324 
325 
326 

327 
328 
329 

330 
331 
332 
333 
334 
335 
336 
337 
338 
339 
340 
341 
342 
343 
344 
345 
346 
347 
348 

349 
350 
351 
352 
353 



128 



!N"orth Carolina Industrial Statistics 



Table No. 1- 



No. 



354 
355 
356 
357 
358 
359 
360 
361 
362 

363 
364 
365 
366 
367 
368 
369 
370 
371 
372 

373 

374 
375 
376 
377 
378 
379 
380 
381 
382 
383 
384 
385 
386 

387 
388 
389 
390 
301 
392 
393 
394 
395 
396 
397 
398 
399 
400 
401 
402 
403 



County 



Catawba . 

—do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

....do 



....do 

.___do 

....do 

....do 

Chatham. 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 



.do. 



...do... 

...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do— 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 

...do... 



Post office 



Hickory. 

Maiden.. 

...do.... 

...do.... 

...do.... 

Newton. 
....do.... 

...do.... 
....do.... 



...do 

...do 

...do 

Cherokee 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do „_ 

....do 

....do 

._--do 

Chowan 

....do- 

....do 



.-_do 

...do 

...do. _ 

...do. 

Bear Creek. 

...do _ 

Bennett 

...do 

...do 

Bynum 



Cumnock. 



Cumnock, R.F.D 

Goldston 

...do 

-__do 

Gulf.. 

Jordan 

Moncure 

....do 

Ore Hill 

....do -. 

....do 

Pittsboro 

Siler City, R. 5... 

SilerCity 

.._-do 

._--do 

....do 

Andrews 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do.. 

Marble 

Murphy 

....do 

....do 

....do. 

Edenton.. 

....do 

....do 



Factory 



Standard Canning Co 

L. S. Caldwell & Son.. 

Clay Manufacturing Co 

Gilleland Bros 

G. W. Keener 

Carolina Glove Co 

Newton Glove Mfg. Co 

Newton Ice and Fuel Co 

Newton Oil and Fertilizer Co. 



Newton Roller Mills 

Setzer Planing Mill 

Speagle & Blackburn 

South Fork Roller Mills. 

W. F. Sizemore 

E. P. Spoon 

W. C. Brewer 

Burr Wheat Mill.... 

Routh Roller Mills 

Chatham Roller Mills.... 



Bobbin's Sawmill. 



Gil more Sawmill 

Farmers Milling Co., Inc 

Goldston Mfg. Co 

William D. Tillman 

The Goldston Brick Co 

Lane-Gilliland- Jordan Co 

Moncure Mill and Gin Co 

A. A. Wicker 

Brewer tfe Tally. 

I. F. Gains & Bros. Lumber Co. 

A. A. Johnson 

Chatham Oil and Fertilizer Co.. 
T. B. Bray's Mill 



H. H. Elder. 

A. A: Lamb _-. 

Siler City Mills, Inc... 

Williams, Brower & Co 

Andrews Ice Co 

Andrews Mfg. Co 

F. P. Cover & Sons, Inc 

R. A. Dewar's Sawmill 

W. A. McGee 

A. T. Dorsey Lumber Co — 

Cherokee Mfg. Co 

Cherokee Roller Mills 

Coca-Cola Bottling Co.* 

Murphy Mill 

Albemarle Observer 

M. G. Brown's Grist Mill 

Edenton Ice and Coal Storage Co. 



President 



W. F. Fogle. 



J. S. Campbell.. 
M. O. Gilleland. 



J. C. Yount 

H. M. Yount, Mgr. 
J. M. Wagner, Owr. 
J. P. Yount 



P. L. Jarrett. 



J. A. Cox, Owr 

M. A. Routh, Owr.. 
J. A. Odell, 

Greensboro 

R. H. Bobbitt, 

Owner and Mgr... 
W. H. Gilmore.OwT. 

W. L. Goldston 

J. M. Wicker 



W. W. Brewer- 
Partnership... 
J. L. Womble. 



C. V. Tally, Copart. 



J. D. Barbour 

T. B. Bray, Owner 
and Manager 



J. M. Stout 

R. A. Williams 

B. G. Webb, Owner. 

W. T. Latham 

S. E. Cover 



A. T. Dorsey.... 
M. C. King, Jr.. 
R. S. Parker 



R. M. Fain, Prop.— 
H. L. Story, Owner. 



E. R. Conger. 



'Branch of Asheville, 



Miscellaneous Factories 



129 



Continued 



Secretary 



L. S.Caldwell, Gen. Mgr 

J. B. Campbell 

L. P. Gilleland 

S. D. Houk 

D. Lee Setzer 

A. H. London, Pittsboro 

Jacob Dixon 

W. N. Ellis 

C. J. Goldston 

J. K. Barnes 

E. R. Hinton 

L. L. Wrenn 

C. L. Brower 

N. C. Bellamy 

S. W. Cover 

J. L. Orr 

R. F. Williamson 

SidPendley 

H. C. Privott 

9— 



Articles Manufactured 



Canning vegetables 

Building material and lumber 

Picker sticks and chairs 

Lumber 

Dressed lumber — 

Canvas gloves 

Cotton gloves 

Ice 

Gin cotton, manufacturing cotton-seed oil, meal 

and hulls - 

Flour, meal and feed 

Building material 

Crock ware 

Flour, meal and feed - 

Rough lumber 

Lumber 

Lumber 

Flour and meal 

Flour, meal and feed 



Flour, meal and shipstuff . 



Rough lumber, cross-ties 

Lumber 

Flour, meal and feed 

Lumber 

Lumber 

Brick 

Lumber 

Lumber, ginning cotton, and flour. 

Rough lumber 

Lumber and ties 

Lumber 

Lumber 

Cotton-seed products 



Meal. 

Dressed lumber 

Auto repairing 

Flour, meal and feed 

Bent chair stock 

Ice and meal 

Lumber 

Heavy sole-leather 

Lumber 

Finished and rough lumber.. 

Lumber 

Lumber 

Flour and meal.. 

Soft drinks 

Flour, meal and feed 

Newspaper and job printing. 

Corn meal 

Ice. 



1890 
1917 
1912 



1918 
1916 
1907 

1911 
1888 
1915 
1910 
1910 



1910 

1917 
1916 
1918 
1919 



1920 



1916 
1918 



1911 



1912 
1821 



1915 
1921 
1920 
1910 
1917 
1899 



1919 
1919 
1918 
1917 
1912 
1902 
1910 
1893 
1896 



Capital 
Stock 



10,000 
1,550 



21,700 



3,000 



1,000 
10,000 



6,000 

10,000 

1,000 
5,000 
9,000 
5,000 
5,000 
32,000 



30,000 
4,000 



40,000 
2,000 



1,500 

20,000 

6,000 



100,000 
1,500,000 



2,000 

40,000 

7,500 

8,000 



2,000 



No. 



354 
355 
356 

357 
358 
359 
360 
361 

362 
363 
364 
365 
366 
367 
368 
369 
370 
371 

372 

373 

374 
375 
376 
377 
378 
379 
380 
381 
382 
383 
384 
385 

386 
387 
388 
389 
390 
391 
392 
393 
394 
395 
396 
397 
398 
399 
400 
401 
402 
403 



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Table No. 1- 



No. 


County 


Postoffice 


Factory 


President 


404 


Chowan 

....do 






T. H. Shepherd 


405 


_._.do 


Edenton Pepsi-Cola Bottling Works 


406 


....do 


_._.do 




407 


....do 


....do 






408 


....do 


....do... 


King Cola Bottling Works 




409 


....do 


___.do 






410 


....do __ 


....do 




J. L. Wiggins 

Z W Evans 


411 


_...do 


Tyner 


Valhalla Milling Co... . 


41? 


....do 


....do.... 


J. Timothy White .___ 




413 


Clay 

....do 




McConnell's Corn Mill 


E. A. McConnell 


414 


....do 




Owner 

G. H. Haizler 


4 IS 


Cleveland 

....do. 


Behvood . 


Behvood Collar Co. 




416 


Boiling Springs 


E. B. Hanah 


S. A. Green, Mgr 

J. F. Clifford 


417 


....do 




418 


....do 


Casar, R. 1 


Peter White 




419 


....do 






420 


....do 


....do... 






421 


....do 


....do 


B. A. & D. F. C. Harry. 




422 


....do 


....do _ 


Minette Mills. 


C. F. Harry 


423 


....do 


Kings Mountain.. 
....do.. 




424 


....do 


Kings Mountain Cotton Oil Co 


G. D. Hambought.. 


425 


....do 


....do 


426 


....do 


....do 






427 


....do 




W. L. Toms 




428 


....do 

....do 


Mooresboro 

.-..do 


M. M. Green Corn Mill.. 




429 


McSwain's Mills 


B. E. McSwain 


430 


...do ... 


-...do 




J. B. Blanton 


431 


...do 


...do 






432 


....do __ 


Shelby 






433 


....do 


....do. 




L. C. Bost 


434 


...do 


....do.... 




E. P. Riviere, Prop. 
W. R. Hartness 


435 


...do 


...-do 


Eagle Roller Mills 


436 


....do 

....do 

. do 


.-..do 

_.-.do 

_...do 




A. P. Weathers 


437 
438 


Shelby Coca-Cola Bottling Co. 


J. P. Goodman 


439 


..do .. 


....do 




T. J. Babington 
B.R.Dellinger, Prop. 


440 


....do 


....do 


Shelby Marble and Granite Works.. 


441 


....do... 


....do 


A. P. Liebig.. 


442 


....do 


....do 


The Southern Cotton Oil Co 


C. G. Wilson .. 


443 


....do 


....do 




444 


....do 


....do ._ 






445 


Columbus 

....do 








446 


Cerro Gordo 

....do 




R. B. Stephens 


447 


....do 






448 


....do 


...-do 


N. & N. Planing Mills 


Owner and Mgr... 


449 


....do 


Fair Bluff 


H. M. Powell 




450 


....do 

....do 

....do 


Freeman 

Guide.- 

Hallsboro 


J. W. Brinkley 




451 


Millican's Mill. _ 




452 






453 


....do 


Halls Glue Mfg. Co. 


John W. Hall 



Miscellaneous Factories 



131 



Continued 



Secretary 



Articles Manufactured 



i o a 



Capital 
Stock 



No. 



L. A. Kramer 

M. F. Bond, Jr 

J. E. Lassiter, Mgr. 

B. W. Evans 

W. J. Winchester... 
H. E. Hoyle 

A. A. Richards 

J. M. Patterson 

M. A. Ware 

A. L. Smart 

J. H. Rollins 

J. R. Marvin 

P. T. Gregg 

D. E. Honeycutt... 
William Lineberger 

F. R. Sanders 

F. L. Palmer 

Z. J. Thompson 

J. E. Thayer, Jr.... 
A. L. Griffin 

J. W. Brinkley 

L. W. Chancy 



Cleaners, shellers, graders and wholesale dealers in 

peanuts.. 

Soft drinks and Pepsi-Cola 

General repairing and horse-shoeing... 

Fertilizer and peanuts 

Soft drinks 

Building boats. 

Rotary cut veneer 

Corn meal and hominy 

Sorghum 



1909 
1901 



8 139,400 



1914 



198,700 
20,000 



1910 
1908 
1921 



10,000 
8,000 



Corn meal 

Power and light ., 

Horse collars and harness 

Lumber 

Flour and meal 

Rough lumber and shingles 

Lumber 

Framing and construction lumber 

Kitchen tables, loom and spinning frames, corn 

meal 

Damask T 

Newspaper and job printing 

Cotton-seed products 

Flour and corn meal 

Work shirt manufacturers 

Ginning 

Corn meal 

Flour, meal and feed.. 

Cotton-seed meal, hulls, oil and linters.. 

Butter 

Cement blocks and road tile 

Bread, cakes, etc 

Job printing 

Flour and feeds 

Ice. _- 



1916 
1919 
1919 
1890 
1886 



500 

125 

3,000 

1,000 

1,200 



1906 



1,500 



1920 
1889 
1904 



100,000 
34,500 



14,000 



1910 
1908 
1910 
1909 
1908 
1922 



800 

3,000 

24,700 

6,000 



15,000 



Soft drinks 

Butter 

Cotton mill repairs, general line of castings. 

Marble and granite 

Laundering 

Cotton-seed products 

Mill work and lumber 

Repair work 

Rough and dressed lumber 

Common building brick 



1914 
1922 
1912 
1910 



17,000 
3,600 
5,700 



1921 
1887 
1902 



1,225 

10,000 

10,000,000 



Meal, flour and feed. 

Lumber, ceiling, flooring, mouldings, etc 

Cypress shingles 

Lumber 

Rough and dressed lumber, shingles, meal, feeds. 

Rough lumber 

Tobacco flues. 



1889 
1919 



1915 



550,000 
4,000 



1921 
1916 
1922 
1912 
1912 



5,000 



404 
405 
406 
407 
408 
409 
410 
411 
412 

413 
414 
415 
416 
417 
418 
419 
420 

421 
422 
423 
424 
425 
426 
427 
428 
429 
430 
431 
432 
433 
434 
435 
436 
437 
438 
439 
440 
441 
442 
443 
444 
445 
446 

447 
448 
449 
450 
451 
452 
453 



132 



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Table No. 1- 



No. 



454 
455 
456 
457 
458 
459 
460 
461 
462 
463 
464 
465 
466 
467 
468 
469 
470 
471 
472 
473 

474 
475 
476 
477 
478 
479 
480 
481 
482 
483 
484 
485 
486 
487 



490 

491 
492 
493 
494 
495 
496 
497 
498 
499 
500 
501 
502 
503 
504 
505 



County 



Columbus. 

....do 

....do. 

....do 

....do 

Craven 

....do 

....do 

....do 

__..do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

..do 

..do 

..do 

..do 

...-do 

.do 



Post office 



....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

.--_do 

....do - 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do --- 

....do..- _ 

....do 

_.--do 

----do 

_--.do 

__.-do 

----do 

-_--d0 

....do 

_---d0 

__--d0 

— .do 

....do 

....do 

—do 

-—do 

....do 



Hallsboro. 

Tabor 

Vineland... 
Wananish.. 
Whiteville. 

Clarks 

— do 

—do 

Dover 

...do 

....do 

New Bern. 

..._do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

—do 

--do 



— do___. 
... .do—. 
— .do... . 
.... do.... 
..-.do— 
....do— 
.... do.... 
.... do— 

— do... . 
— do— . 
....do... . 
.... do... . 
-...do— 
._..do— . 

— do— 
..-do.— 
... .do.— 
— .do.... 
... .do.... 
... .do.... 
....do.... 
-...do— 
... .do.... 

-_--dO— . 

— do— 
..--do... . 
— do— 
— do— 
.... do— 
— do— 
... .do— 
....do- 



Factory 



Pierce & Co _ — - 

C. D. Harrelson & Co 

Vineland Lumber Co 

The Council Tool Co. 

W. L. Burchett 

Carolina Brick Co... 

Clark Brick and Tile Co 

Eubanks & Stewart 

Goldsboro Lumber Co 

H. Wilson 

Wilson's Sawmill 

Braddy's Dry Cleaning Co 

Brandt's Garage 

Cannon Cycle Co. — 

Central Gas and Oil Station 

Consumers Ice Co 

Crystal Ice Cream Co 

F. S. Duffy Medicine Co 

Owen G. Dunn.. 

East Carolina or New Bern Marble 

Works 

Guion Motor Co 

Hackney Cement Works 

W. W. Millett Lumber Co 

Home Bakery 

Hop Wah 

Kafer's Bakery 

E. H. & J. A. Meadows 

Munger & Bennett 

Nassef Mfg. Co., Inc 

National Vulcanizing & Supply Co 

Neuse Lumber Co.. 

Neuse Veneer and Box Co 

New Bern Battery Co 

New Bern Coca-Cola Bottling Co.. 
New Bern Cotton Oil & Fert.Mills.. 

New Bern Ice Co 

New Bern Iron Wks. & Supply Co.. 

Elisha Odom 

The S. B. Parker Co.. 

Peoples Brick Co 

Pep-Tono Co 

Pepsi-Cola Co 

Phosphogerm Mfg. Corporation 

Pine Lumber Co . 

R. A. Richardson 

Riverside Iron Works 

Rowland Lumber Co 

Service Motor Corporation 

J. E. Slater... 

Stevenson Brick Co 

U-Nite Rubber Co... 

Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co 



President 



J. D. Maultsby. 
J. P. Council 



C. H. Harvey. 
P. O. Jarvis... 



W. A. Wimsatt. 



S. C. Wilson..... 

E. A. Braddy... 

F. T. Brandt.... 
B. G. Harker.... 
W. B. Blades.... 
A. R. Turnbull. 



F. S. Duffy. 



Jack Willis 

O. H. Guion, Jr 

F. A. Hackney, Owr. 
W. W. Millett, Owr. 



E. H. Meadows. 
K. E. Bennett... 

Farris Nassef 



J. V. Blades— 
D. B. Johnson. 



G. H. Hutaff. 

C. L. Ives 

E. K. Bishop. 
E. L. Willis... 



S. B. Parker— 
N. M. Gibbs..... 

L. J. Taylor 

L. B. Thigpen.. 

A. L. Hawse 

E. G. Schwartz. 



F. L. Hardison. 
A. R. Turnbull. 
J. H. Parker.... 



D. W. Stevenson. 

W. B. Hanff 

C. G. Wilson 



Miscellaneous Factokies 



133 



Continued 



Secretary 



Articles Manufactured 






Capital 
Stock 



No. 



J. B. Wyche 

K. Clyde Council, Treas 

L. R. George 

A. Hamilton 

W. B. H. Blandford.... 
H. Wilson 

B. G. Harker 

D. R. Morris .. 

Allie Cook 

F. S. Duffy 

Jack Willis 

W. B. R. Guion... _ 

Wade Meadows 

G. G. Bennett 

Joseph Nassef 

Myrtle Cavanaugh 

A. F. Bunting 

T. J. Poole 

W. J. Hutaff. 

W. K. Styron 

William Dunn 

C. E. Griffin 

G. W. Allee 

John F. Rhodes 

M. W. Smotherman 

J. T. Conkey 

J. M. Aberly 

R. C. Whitley 

Wm. J. Jones 

Allie Cook 

L. L. Wallman 

S. D. Crenshaw 



Dressed lumber 

Pine lumber 

Lumber., 

Turpentine tools and agricultural tools. 

Rough lumber 

Building brick.. 

Brick 

Brick . 

Lumber 

Meal 

Lumber 

Cleaning clothing 

Automobile repairs 

Bicycle repair shop 

Gas, oil and automobile accessories 

Ice 



1913 
1919 



1885 



Ice-cream 

Patent medicine- 
Job printing 



1902 
1911 
1917 
1888 
1922 
1908 
1911 
1922 
1922 
1920 
1921 
1916 
1910 



Tombstones 

Auto sales and service — 

Cement blocks, porch trimmings and flower pots.. 

Lumber 

Bread, rolls, cakes and pies 

Laundry ... 

Bread, cakes and pies 

Fertilizers 

Lumber 

Overalls, coats, pants and work shirts 

Vulcanizing and repairing 

Lumber and mill work 

Veneer panels and box shooks 

Battery repairs and sale of new batteries and tires 

Coca-Cola and other soft drinks 

Fertilizers and cotton-seed products 

Ice 



1869 
1919 
1918 
1920 
1910 
1912 
1885 
1885 
1913 
1922 



1905 
1920 
1919 
1904 
1897 
1891 



Machine shop, foundry and mill supplies.. 

Scrap iron 

Sheet- metal products 

Common brick 

Soft drinks 

Pepsi-Cola, syrups and specialty beverage- 
Bacterial fertilizer 

Lumber and laths 

Job printing 

Repair work and boilermakers 

Lumber and laths 

General repairing of automobiles 

Lumber 

Brick 

Vulcanizing and tire repairing 

Commercial fertilizers 



1912 
1914 
1890 
1902 
1920 
1893 
1870 
1920 
1899 
1919 
1919 
1918 



$ 45,000 



100,000 

1,800 

25,000 

10,000 



100,000 
500 



3,000 



12,000 

50,000 

8,000 

100,000 



500 
21,500 



117,000 

370,000 

13,700 

2,100 

100,000 

47,700 

1,000 

2,000 

150,000 

85,000 



6,000 
7,500 



538,400 
,000,000 
300,000 



3,650 

500,000 
50,000 



28,000 



1893 48,000,000 



454 
455 
456 
457 
458 
459 
460 
461 
462 
463 
464 
465 
466 
467 
468 
469 
470 
471 
472 

473 
474 
475 
476 
477 
478 
479 
480 
481 
482 
483 
484 
485 
486 
487 



490 
491 
492 
493 
494 
495 
496 
497 
498 
499 
500 
501 
502 
503 
504 
505 



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Table No. 1 — 



No. 



County 



Postoffice 



Factory 



President 



506 

507 
508 
509 
510 
511 
512 
513 
514 
515 
516 
517 
518 
519 
520 
521 

522 
523 
524 
525 
526 
527 
528 
529 
530 
531 
532 
533 
534 
535 
536 
537 
538 
539 
540 
541 
542 
543 
544 
545 
546 
547 
548 
549 
550 
551 
552 
553 
554 
555 
556 
557 



Craven. 



....do 

....do— 

....do 

Cumberland. 

_.--do 

....do 

....do 

....do. 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

.-..do 

....do_ 



....do.' 

....do 

..._do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

..-.do 

Currituck. 

Davidson . 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do . 

....do 

-...do 

....do 

----do 



New Bern. 



...do 

...do 

North Harlowe. 

Cooper 

Cumberland 

Fayette ville 

....do 

...do 

...do... 

....do 

...do 

....do 

...do 

...do 

-__do 



...do 

....do 

Fayetteville, R. 9. 

Fayetteville 

...do.... 

....do 

Manchester 

Stedman. 

...do 

....do 

...do 

Jarvisburg 

Denton 

....do.... 

—do 

.... do 

...do. 

....do. 

Eller 

Handy 

....do 

....do.... 

High Point. 

Lexington 

....do 

....do 

__.do 

Lexington, R. 6... 

Lexington 

._..do 

Linwood 

....do. 

....do 

Newsome 

Southmont. 

....do 



Walker & Carnegie Works. 



G. S. Waters Buggy Shop 

Willis Motor Co.... 

Morton's Grist Mill 

W. A. Jackson 

Woodall's Grist Mill 

A. J. Bullard & Son 

Coca-Cola Bottling Co 

Tne Christian-Ewing Co 

Diamond Printing Co... 

Fayetteville Light and Power Co. 

Judge Printing Co 

Lime-Cola Bottling Co 

McMillan Metal Works 

E. A. Poe Brick Co _. 

Rankin & Denny.. 



E. R. Bullard, Mgr. 

J. C. Hutaff.. 

R. W. Christian 



Wm. W. Randolph.. 

Jno. W. Judge 

S. T. Boon 

J. A. Barnes, Prop.. 

E. A. Poe 

Charles Rankin, 
Owr 



W. T. Reaves 

J. A. Sexton Lumber Co 

W. H. Simmons Mill 

Townsend Candy Co 

Walker Lumber Co 

West Lumber and Box Co 

O. A. Waddell's Sawmill 

L. G. Faircloth 

McCall Lumber and Mfg. Co 

J. W. McMillan's Grist Mill 

W. E. Waller's Planing Mill 

D. B. Harrison 

Denton Marble Works 

Denton Roller Mills.- 

Smith's Brick Plant 

H. C. Tysinger... 

W. T. Tysinger __ 

Tysinger & Co... 

Eller Manufacturing Co 

Alleghany Roller Mills 

Cox & Sons 

J. H. Loflin 

Jesse L. Green 

Clement & Barnes 

Davidson County Creamery Co. 

J. W. Everhardt.. 

D. J. Hobbs 

Parks Bros. Sawmill.. 

Peerless Mattress Co.. 

Sicloff Mfg. Co.... 

A. W. Feezor.. 

Linwood Mfg. Co 

Sumerson, Shoof & Davis 

Burkhead & Co 

Star Lumber Co 

C. M. Wall & Son 



T. B. Renolds, Mgr.. 
D. W. Townsend.— 
J. H. West 



Geo. W. McCall. 
Not Inc 



C. W. Morris. 
L. A. Smith.. 



T. S. Tysinger, Mgr. 
C. W. Rothrock 



J. W. Bowers. 



J. V. Moffitt. 
D. S. Sicloff. 



W. H. Phillips . 



C. M. Peeler 

C. M. Wall, Mgr. 



Miscellaneous Factories 



135 



Continued 



Secretary 


Articles Manufactured 


— t * 

V (- 

° a '■" 

u o a 

§o| 


Capital 
Stock 


No. 


Eugene Walker, Half 




1919 
1887 


S 200 
2,500 
2,800 


506 






507 


A. Fitzgerald 




508 






509 




Lumber, meal, feed, etc 


1912 
1892 
1900 


4,000 

100 

5,000 

20,000 

217,900 


510 


E. H. Woodall, Owr. - . 


511 






513 






513 


W. C. Ewing 




1917 
1919 
1912 
1914 


514 






515 






75,000 


516 






517 








518 






1914 
1881 

1920 
1914 
1918 
1912 
1919 
1918 
1911 


3,000 
20,000 

60,000 
5,000 
10,000 


519 


J. C. Poe-__. 




520 






521 






522 






533 






524 


D. W. Townsend 




25,000 


525 


W. M. Walker, Mgr. 




52fi 


W. A. West ... 




15,000 


527 






528 






1910 
1919 
1918 




529 


Alex. McCall 






530 








531 








532 






1918 
1918 
1900 
1910 
1915 


450 


533 


C. W. Russell 




534 






15,000 
1,000 
3,000 
1,500 


535 


Earl Smith. _ 


Brick . . _ 


536 






537 






538 








539 


C. W. Rothrock . 




1918 


3,000 


540 






541 






1920 
1919 
1910 




542 






1,000 

2,500 


543 






544 






545 






1915 


15,960 


546 






547 








1,000 


548 






1910 

1906 
1909 


549 








550 






1,500 


551 






552 


L. V. Phillips 




1902 
1917 
1919 
1920 


6,800 
400 
900 

8,000 


553 






554 






555 


D. L. GrowelL-... 




556 


C. C. Wall, Treas 




557 



136 



North Carolina Industrial Statistics 



Table No. 1— 



No. 



County 



Postoffice 



Factory 



President 



558 
559 
560 
561 
562 
563 
564 
565 
566 
567 
568 
569 
570 
571 
572 
573 
574 
575 
576 
577 
578 
579 
580 
581 
582 
583 
584 
585 
586 
587 
588 
589 
590 
591 
592 
593 
594 
595 
596 
597 
598 
599 
600 
601 
602 
603 
604 
605 
606 
607 



610 
611 



Davidson. 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

....do 

...do 

...do 

Davie 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

.—do 

....do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

—do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

Duplin 

...do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

Durham.. 

.-__do 

,-_.do 



.do. 
.do_ 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do_ 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do_ 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



Thomasville— . 

...do _-. 

...do 

—do 

...do 

—do 

—do. 

_-_do 

Wallburg 

...do 

Welcome 

Advance-- 

...do 

...do.. 

Calahaln 

Cana 

.—do 

Cooleemee 

Cornatzer 

Farmington 

Mocks ville 

....do 

....do. 

....do 

....do 

Calypso 

Kenans ville 

Magnolia 

Rose Hill 

.-..do 

....do 

Seven Springs. 

Wallace 

Warsaw... 

Bahama 

Durham 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

._..do 

....do 

....do 

..._do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

.__-do 

.._.do 

.___do 

..._do 

....do 

....do 

....do.. 



Gordon Town Brick Works 

Gray Concrete Co 

Jennings Mfg. Co... 

North State Veneer Co.. 

Lapp's Sawmill 

Southern Veneer Co 

Thomasville Bottling Co 

Thomasville Roller Mills 

F. M. Everhart 

.1. M. & E. O. Wall 

Welcome Milling Co 

G. H. C. Shutt 

John A. Sofley 

A. J. Wood 

C. M. Richardson 

Danner & Harris 

Lakey's Sawmill 

G. W. Hillard— 

Smith Brothers 

Ellis Flour Mills 

The Davie Record 

Fork Milling Co 

J. P. Green Milling Co 

Horn-Johnston Co 

Spark's Sawmill 

Patten Package Co 

J. K. Bryon 

Carolina Mfg. Co., Inc 

Atlantic Coffin and Casket Co.._ 

Bony Lumber Co. 

L. M. Dew 

Sutton's Mills 

L. Southerland 

E. B. Hinnan Mfg. Co 

A. D. Farlow... 

Austin-Heat on Co 

B. C. Remedy Co 

Bain-Kimball Co 

Budd Piper Roofing Co 

Cheek & Belvin 

J. T. Christian Press 

City lee and Coal Co 

W. K. Dennis Sheet Metal Works 

Durham Coca-Cola Bottling Co 

Durham Granite Co 

Durham Ice Cream Co 

Durham Iron Works 

Durham Lumber Co 

Durham Motor Co 

Durham Novelty Co 

Durham Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co.. 

Durham Steam Bakery 

R. W. Fassett, Dentist 

W. P. Henry Co 



J. F. Metters.. 
J. H. Gray.... 
C. M. Wall— 

R. C. Jones 

R. L. Lapp 

G. S. Bernard. 



W. G. Hinklc. 



J. C. Ripple. 



F. R. Lakey, Owr. 
A. V. Smith 



J. G. Peebles 

J. P. Green 

L. G. Horn 

J. L. Sparks, Owr. 

W. F. Patten 

J. K. Bryon 

P. J. Heath 

E. McN. Carr 



E. B. Hinnan. 



W. M. Speed 

C. T. Council, Mgr. 



V. J. Harward. 



J. T. Salmon. 



J. B. Harrison. 
M. C. Cole 



W. R. Kuker... 
D. C. Mitchell. 



R. H. Wright.. 
M. B. Burnett. 



W. P. Henry. 



Miscellaneous Factories 



137 



Continued 




C. W. Gilliam.. 

F. B. Gray 

T. E. Jennings. 
E. C. Jones 



W. L. Tabb. 



L. C. Ripple. 



C. L. Smith. 



J. R. Williams.. 
F. K. Benson... 
J. B. Johnston. 



J. R. Maxwell. 



J. L. Southall. 
D. B. Herring. 



M. M. Tapp.... 
C. B. Williams. 



W. W. Kimball. 
W. P. Budd 



J. T. Christian. 
A. A. Murdock. 



W. K. Rand. 
M. C. Cole... 



Geo. H. Myers. 

Ida Cowan 

E. M. Waller... 
T. D. Wright... 
C. H. Burnett.. 
Will Bruce 



E. C. Crews. 



Brick. 

Brick, sewer pipes 

Bos shooks, lumber 

Rotary cut veneer, white oak, poplar, and gum. 

Rough lumber 

Veneer and panels 

Soft drinks and ice 

Flour, meal and feed 

Lumber. _ 

Box shooks 

Flour and feed 

Grain cradles 

Dressed lumber 

Rough lumber 

Lumber, rough pine and oak 

Unfinished pine, oak and poplar lumber 

Rough lumber 

Lumber 

Build ing material 

Flour, meal and feed 

Job printing 

Flour, meal, feed 

Flour, feed and meal 

Flour, meal, feed 

Rough lumber 

Fruit, vegetable packages and containers 

Lumber 

Berry crates 

Coffins and caskets 

Lumber 

Lumber 

Lumber 

Dressed lumber 

Lumber crates, barrels, building material 

Lumber. 

Flour, feed, corn meal 

B. C. Headache Remedy 

Marble and granite memorials 

Roofing, sheet-metal products 

Brick 

Commercial printing 

Ice and coal.. 

Skylights, ventilators, sheet metal 

Soft drinks 

Monument and building stone 

Ice-cream 

Repair shop 

Mill work 

Auto repairs 

Window shades 

Soft drinks 

Bread, cakes and pies 

Edging lenses 

Redries leaf tobacco, not manufacturers 



1919 
1908 
1920 
1917 
1908 
1919 
1907 



1892 



1900 



1916 
1919 
1918 
1898 
1921 



1899 
1909 
1913 
1892 
1914 
1910 
1911 
1916 
1908 
1919 
1920 
1918 
1916 
1922 



1906 
1913 
1917 
1914 
1904 
1906 
1919 
1912 
1916 
1911 
1919 
1917 



1918 
1913 
1922 
1914 
1915 



30,000 

30,000 

1,000 

50,000 



25,000 
1,000 



6,400 
1,500 
1,500 
2,000 
800 



700 
1,500 
3,000 



3,000 



45,000 



10,000 

53,000 

2,000 

1,000 



2,500 

50,000 

3,000 

465,000 



12,204 
50,000 



125,000 



21,600 
4,000 



25,000 
38,000 
10,130 
10,000 



1,500 
30,000 



558 

559 
560 
561 
562 
563 
564 
565 
566 
567 
568 
569 
570 
571 
572 
573 
574 
575 
576 
577 
578 
579 
580 
581 
582 
583 
584 
585 
586 
587 
588 
589 
590 
591 
592 
593 
594 
595 
596 
597 
598 
599 
600 
601 
602 
603 
604 
605 
606 
607 
608 
609 
610 
611 



138 



North Carolina Industrial Statistics 



Table No. 1 — 



No. 



612 
613 

614 
615 
616 
617 
618 
619 
620 
621 
622 
623 
624 
625 
626 
627 
628 
629 
630 
631 
632 
633 

634 
635 
636 
637 
638 
639 
640 
641 
642 
643 
644 
645 
646 
647 
648 
649 
650 
651 
652 
653 
654 
655 

656 
657 
658 
659 
660 
661 
662 



County 



Durham. 
....do 



....do...:.-. 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do. 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

Edgeeombe. 

....do 

....do. 

....do 

....do 



....do.... 
....do.... 
....do.... 
....do.... 
....do... . 
....do.... 
....do.... 
....do-.. 
....do— . 
.... do— 
.... do— 
....do.... 
.... do— 
.... do.... 
.... do— 
.... do... . 
Forsyth. 
.... do— 
.... do.... 
.... do— 

..--do—. 

...do.... 



_do.„. 
-do— - 
-do— 
.do.... 
.do— . 
.do.... 
-do- 



Post office 



Durham. 
...do 



...do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

...do 

....do 

....do 

...do 

....do 

....do 

East Durham. 

Durham.. 

....do 

Rougemont 

....do 

Pinetop 

....do 

Rocky Mount. 
....do 



-do. 



....do 

Tarboro 

.—do... 

. — do... 

_..do— 

...do 

....do 

....do 

...do 

...do 

....do 

....do— 

...do 

...do 

....do 

—do... 

Bethania 

Kernersville.. 

Lewisville 

Rural Hall... 

....do ___ 

Tobaccoville. 



Winston-Salem 

....do 

....do 

W.-Salem, R.F.D. 

Winston-Salem 

....do 

....do 



Factory 



E. J. Latta Roofing Co. 
Model Laundry Co 



Peabody Drug Co ___ 

Philadelphia Bakery... 

Pope Mattress Co 

Dr. S. Rapport 

U. Rosenstein, Inc 

The Seeman Printery 

Stoe Bakery 

Trumbo & Roszel 

Universal Sales Co 

Venable Tobacco Co. 

Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co 

Waverly Ice Cream Co 

W. I. Wheeley 

B. P. Bowling's Mill 

Rougemont Planing Mill 

Pinetop Oil Mill 

Pinetop Sash and Blind Co 

North State Ice Co 

Pintsch Compressing Co 

Planters Cotton Oil and Fertilizer 

Co 

Rocky Mount Ice and Fuel Co 

Clayton & Son 

Coca-Cola Bottling Works 

The Columbian Peanut Co.* 

Consumers Cotton Oil Co 

East Carolina Railway. 

Enterprise Carriage Co._ 

Fountain & Koonce 

John B. Hyatt.. 

N. B. Josey Guano Co 

Leggett Lumber Co — 

Mewborn Mill 

Pepsi-Cola Bottling Works 

Red Gum Veneer Co 

Tarboro Ginning Co 

Tarboro Pepsi-Cola Bottling Works. 

Bethania Roller Mills 

Vance & Dwiggans Co _.. 

Lewisville Roller Mills 

Messenger Job Print _. 

Rural Hall Veneer Co 

Dosier Roller Mills <. 



Auto Repair and Sales Co 

Barber Printing Co 

The Black Mule Harness Co 

Burke's Sons' Flour and Grist Mill.. 

Carolina Cadillac Co 

Carolina Foundry and Machine Co. 
Carolina Paper Box Co 



President 



E. J. Latta 

O. S. Roach, 
Danville, Va. 



L. JafTe, Owr. 
C. A. Pope... 



E. A. Seeman 

M. J. Paschall, Prop. 



S. P. Alexander. 
S. W. Venable— 
C. G. Wilson.... 



W. L. Reasons. 
J. W. Hines... . 
J. A. Dixon 



Millard F. Jones. 
J. W. Hines 



M. S. Brown. 



F. S. Royster 

H. C. Bridgers 

T. & H. S. Hussey . 
Theo. Fountain 



N. B. Josey 

Theo. Fountain 

J. L. Mewborn 

B. F. Taylor, Mgr. 

Partnership 

Geo. Howard 

Partnership 

E. T. Lehman 



C. O. Grinkle, Owr.. 
Chas. R. Helsabeck. 

Partnership 

J. D. Anderson, 

Owr 

H. W. Masten 

E. F. Barber 

W. W. Smoak, Owr.. 



K. E. Shore 

J. F. Gerner 

W. D. Hemingway. 



*See Halifax County — Enfield for figures. 



Miscellaneous Factories 



139 



Continued 



Secretary 



Articles Manufactured 



ft c ■- 

° S Sf- 

S o c 

M Ofi 



Capital 
Stock 



No. 



T. W. Young 

W. M. Williamson. 
W. M. Holloway... 



M. B. Pope. 



W. E. Seeman. 



W. C. Wooding.. 
S. D. Crenshaw. 



W. A. Carver 

W. E. Phillips... 
W. E. Phillips... 
W. B. Singleton. 
C. W. Walton.... 



E. Gorham 

W. B. Singleton. 



Galin iron, cornice, skylights, ventilators. 



1921 



Laundering. 

Extracts 

Bread 



Mattresses. 

Edging lenses 

Optical goods 

Job printing and blank books 

Bread and pies '.. 

Lumber 

Auto sales and service 

Dealers in leaf tobacco. 

Commercial fertilizers, acid phosphate and sul. acid 

Ice-cream 

Blacksmith and repair shop 

Flour and corn meal 

Lumber 

Ginning cotton 

Lumber, tobacco hogshead 

Ice 

Gas for railway car lighting 



1917 
1919 
1910 



% 13,100 

20,000 

170 

15,000 

23,000 



1885 
1905 
1919 
1916 
1916 
1893 
1918 



60,000 
14,000 
10,000 
100,000 
75,000 
48,000,000 



Cotton-seed products and fertilizer. 
Ice 



Job printing 

Bottled Coca-Cola and soda water. 



1910 
1906 
1912 



1904 
1903 
1892 



6,000 
3,000 
3,000 
5,000 
42,000 
500,000 

38,800 
42,000 



613 
614 
615 
616 
617 
618 
619 
620 
621 
622 
623 
624 
625 
626 
627 
628 
629 
630 
631 
632 

633 
634 
635 
636 
637 
638 
639 
640 
641 
642 
643 
644 
645 
646 
647 
648 
649 
650 
651 
652 
653 
654 

655 
656 
657 
658 
659 
660 
661 
662 



C. A. Johnson. 
A. D. Fowlks.. 



J. H. Koonce. 



R. B. Josey 

J. H. Koonce.. 
L. J. Mewborn. 



C. A. Johnson. 



Chas. EC. Griffith. 
M. Vance Fulp... 



E. N. Vaughn. 
W. C. Elliott... 



John W. Fitz 

Walter P. Crews.... 
Samuel Linthicum. 



Cotton oil products 

Railway repair shop 

Buggies, auto repairing 

Corn, meal and cotton ginned 

Repairing buggies and wagons, selling caskets. 

Fertilizers 

Lumber, corn meal, cotton ginned 

Corn meal 

Pepsi-Cola and sodas 

Single-ply veneer 

Cotton ginned 

Pepsi-Cola 

Flour, meal, feeds 

Box shooks 

Flour, meal and feed 

Job printing 

Veneer 



1902 
1896 
1867 
1911 
1886 
1912 
1911 
1912 



50,000 
55,500 



10,000 



10,000 
1,000 



1917 
1913 



7,000 
10,000 



1909 



Flour, meal and feed... 

Repairing 

General printing. 

Harness 

Flour, meal and feed...^ 

Auto repairing, painting and top covering. 

Tobacco machinery, etc 

Paper boxes 



1912 
1908 
1906 

1902 
1916 
1921 



7,500 

20,000 

5,000 



1910 
1913 
1908 



4,000 
67,500 
49,950 
25,000 

5,050 
83,320 



14,000 



140 



North Carolina Industrial Statistics 



Table No. 1 — 



No. 


County 


Postoffice 


Factory 


President 


663 


Forsyth 

....do 

....do 


Winston-Salem 

....do 

....do 


Coca-Cola Bottling Co 


S. C. Harper, Mgr... 
W. T. Bradford 


664 




665 






660 


....do 


__-_do 






667 


....do 


_._.do 






668 


....do 


....do 


Fogle Bros. Co. 


H. A Pfohl 


669 


....do 

....do 


....do 

____do 


H. S. Foy 




670 


A. G. Gordon Co.. . 




671 


...do 


Winston-Salem, 

R. F. D 

Winston-Salem 

W.-Salem, R. F. D. 

Winston-Salem 

,...do 


J. H. Grubbs Planing Mill 




672 


.___do 

....do -... 


J. H. Grubbs 


673 






674 


....do 






675 


....do 






676 

677 


_._.do 

.do 


....do 

. do 


Ideal Marble and Granite Co . 

Medearis Stamp and Printing Co 

The Mengel Co. 


J. A. Weatheridge... 


678 


...do 


.._.do 


A. D. Allen 


679 


....do 


....do 


Geo. E. Nissen & Co. 




680 


....do. 


....do 


S. J. Nissen Co 




681 


....do 


_---dO— 




E. T. Mickey 

W. G. Jones... 


683 


....do 

....do 


....do 

....do 




683 




N. E. Perry 


684 


....do 


W.-Salem, R.F.D. 

Winston-Salem 

....do 


J. H. & R. E. Reynolds Cement Wks. 




685 


....do 




686 


....do 




D. B. Scoggin 


687 


...do 


...do . 


J. E. Shelton Box and Lumber Co.. 


688 


....do 

....do 


....do 


B. J. Sheppard 


689 


_--_do 


J. W. Shipley. .. 


690 


____do_ 


W.-Salem, R. 1.... 

Winston-Salem 

....do 


Sides Roller Mill . 


Mrs. L. H. Sides . 


691 


....do 

....do 






692 


W. W. Smook 




693 


....do 


....do .. 


South Side Roller Mills 


S. L. Spach 


694 


....do. -.-. 


..-.do 




695 


....do 


W.-Salem, R.F.D. 

Winston-Salem 

....do 


Stafford's Brick Yard . 




696 


....do 




G. O. Steifel 


697 


....do 




J. C. Stewart 


698 


....do 


....do 


W. C. Tire 




699 


....do 


....do 






700 


....do 


...do . 


Union Republican Publishing Co 

Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co. -. . 

Robert N. Walker 


W. A. Goslen 


701 

702 


....do 

....do 


....do 

....do 


C. G. Wilson 


703 


_..-do 


...do 


J. A. Wall & Son 




704 


_.-_do 


...do 


Winkless Bakery 


R. C. Spaugh 


705 


_.-_do 


...do 




706 


_-_-do 


...do 






707 


....do 


...do 


Winston Vehicle Co.. 


J. O. White 


708 


Franklin 

....do 




Robert White 


709 


Franklinton . 

....do 






710 


....do 


Franklinton Power Co 

J. T. Prnett 


Geo. T. Whitaker.... 


711 


....do 


...do .. 




712 
713 


....do 

....do 


....do 

Louisburg 

----do 


W. W. Shearon 

R. T. Clifton 


W. W. Shearon, Owr. 


714 


....do 


Colonial Pine Co., Ine 


Thornton Jeffress... 



Miscellaneous Factories 



141 



Continued 



Secretary 



J. H. Gilley 

R. M. Helm, Manager.. 

A. C. Hill 

J. Calvin Tuttle 

H. A. Pfohl 

H. S. Foy 

S. C. Gordon 



V. c. 






R. W 


Hedgecock, 


Part.. 


M. J. 












. 


V H 













T. N. Nissen 

H. B. Pulliam.... 

J. E. Jamison 

H. G. Davis 

J. H. Reynolds... 
Wm. C. Huband. 

C. L. Glenn 

J. W. Hylton 

Kent Sheppard... 



J. T. Boyer. 



W. M. Spach 

Joe Stafford 

George C. Royall. 



E. O.Pleasants,Gen.Mgr 

G. H. Rights 

S. D. Crenshaw 



Articles Manufactured 



W. L. Harper. 



Ira H. White... 
C. F. Cheaves. 



Geo. T. Whitaker. 



Coca-Cola 

Commercial printing 

Concrete blocks 

Candy and cough drops. 
Ice 



General building material 

Cement burial vaults for use in cemetery. 
Loose-leaf binders and blank books 



Dressed lumber 

Auto tires and tubes. 
Brick....'. 



Job printing 

Bread, cakes and pies 

Monuments 

Rubber stamps and printing 

Shooks and boxes 

Farm wagons 

Wagons 

Cabinet work, sashes, doors and blinds 

Candy 

Proprietary medicines and flavoring extracts.. 

Hollow cement blocks 

Sawmills, woodworking and dyeing machines. 

Printing 

Tobacco boxes and building material 

Veneers and banana carriers 

Harness.. 

Flour and corn meal 

Building material 

Harness 

Flour, meal and feed 

Farm and lumber wagons. 

Brick 



Victor W. Stewart. 



Mattresses and box springs 

Blanks, books and office stationery 

Soda water 

Harness and strap goods 

Newspaper and commercial job printing 

Commercial fertilizers, acid phosphate and sul- 
phuric acid 

Lenses 

Monuments and headstones 

Bread and pies 

Lithographing and printing 

Laundry 

Vehicles, commercial auto bodies and general repairs 

Ginning cotton 

Ginning cotton 

Electricity 

Boards 

Lumber 

Flour, meal and feed 

Lumber 



- - V- 
s. o c 



1906 
1922 
1920 
1921 
1912 
1871 



1914 



1917 



1827 
1921 
1919 
1913 
1877 
1834 
1894 
1909 
1919 
1911 



1873 
1919 
1912 
1905 
1886 



1904 
1907 
1914 
1854 



1915 
1885 



1913 
1872 

1893 
1919 
1904 
1800 
1911 
1898 
1907 
1920 
1904 
1912 



1920 
1909 



Capital 
Stock 



8,000 
100,000 
195,000 
200,000 



10,575 

2,000,000 

4,000 



17,200 
8,000 



10,000,000 



91,100 
41,000 
23,300 
800 
60,000 
8,000 
50,000 
15,000 



27,200 
15,000 
40,000 
52,000 



450 
1,000 



20,000 

18,000,000 
4,000 
8,000 



60,000 



20,000 
8,000 



5,000 



1,500 

1,150 

25,000 



No. 



663 
664 
665 
666 
667 
668 
669 
670 

671 
672 
673 
674 
675 
676 
677 
678 
679 
680 
681 



684 
685 



690 
691 
692 
693 
694 
695 
696 
697 
698 
699 
700 

701 
702 
703 
704 
705 
706 
707 
708 
709 
710 
711 
712 
713 
714 



142 



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Table No. 1- 



No. 



715 
716 

717 
718 
719 

720 
721 
722 
723 
724 
725 
726 
727 
728 
729 
730 
731 
732 
733 
734 
735 
736 
737 
738 
739 

740 
741 
742 
743 
744 
745 

746 
747 
748 
749 
750 
751 
752 
753 
754 
755 
756 
757 
758 
759 

760 
761 
762 
763 
764 



County 



Franklin. 

....do 

....do— .. 
....do..-. 

....do.... 



....do 

....do.... 

Gaston 

....do 

....do ---. 

....do 

....do... 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do -- 

....do.. 

....do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

-do --.- 



.do 

.do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

Gates 

....do 

....do 

_--_do 

_.._do 

....do 

uo 

....do 

....do 

....do.-.l 

....do 

....do 

Graham.. 

Granville. 
....do 



....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 



Postoffice 



Louisburg. 

...do 

...do. 

...do.. 

...do 



...do 

Mapleville 

Belmont 

...do 

...do 

Bessemer City. 

Cherryville 

...do 

...do.. 

...do 

Dallas 

Gastonia 

...do-.- --. 

--.do 

...do 

...do— 

...do 

...do 

...do... 

...do 



...do 

...do 

Lincolnton, R. 6... 
Mount Holly... 

....do 

Corapeake 



Factory 



Eure 

.-..do 

_...do 

Gatesville 

....do 

Hobbsville..- 

_-..do_ -_ 

Roduco — 

Sunbury 

....do 

Trotville 

Robbinsville. 

Bullock 

Creedmoor... 



.__. do 

Dabney 

Franklinton. 

...-do. 

North Side.. 



G. W. Ford& Son 

Alex. Fuller's Sawmill 

Gupton's Sawmill. 

C. B. Kearney Planing Mil 
Louisburg Bottling Works. 



Louisburg Wagon Co... 

C.P.Harris 

Belmont Roller Mill 

Montbell Ice and Fuel Co 

Spaugh's Bakery 

Bary tes Mine... 

Beam Flour Mill 

Cherryville Roller Covering Co... 

Model Gin Co 

Styers Sash and Door Shop 

Piedmont Metal Roofing Co 

Carolina Baking Co 

City Lumber Co. 

Coca-Cola Bottling Co 

Craig & Head 

Gastonia Ice and Coal Co 

Gaston Iron Works 

Gastonia and Suburban Gas Co. 

T. A. Henry 

Saunders Dry Cleaning Co 



President 



C. E. Gupton, Owr. 



F. L. Herman, 

Owner and Mgr — 
Geo. H.Cooper, Owr. 



T.O.Crowell.Prop.. 

R. L. Stowe 

H. D. Spaugh, Owr. 
Jno. J. Ormand.Agt. 

G. F. Beam. 

Geo. T. Jarrett.Part. 

J. W. Kendrick 

W. J.'T. Styers, Owr. 

J. W. Summey 

H. O. Miller... 

R. M. Johnston 

J. Luther Snyder 



Frost Torrence 

B. Frank Norris.Prp. 
Walter Whetstone. .- 



The Southern Cotton Oil Co. 

Spencer Lumber Co., Inc 

Beaver Dam Roller Mills 

Kendrick Brick and Tile Co.. 

Mo-Ho Brick Co .. 

Eure Mill Co 



J. P. Hale... 

O. R. Spivey Sawmill... 

Story Brothers 

C. F. Lassiter's Shop. 

Piland's Shop 

Hobb's Repair Works 

W. G. Hollowell 

C. C. Parker's Sawmill... 

Cross & Co. Mill 

M. Hofl'er Saw and Planing Mill. 

W. H. Speight 

Sweetwater Flour and Grist Mill. 

J. B. Campbell Sawmill _.. 

Creedmoor Auto Co _ 



L. H. Longmire's Tin Shop. 

T. L. Fishel 

J. S. Morris 

H. M. Morrissette.-.. 

Connelly Sawmill 



F. E. Saunders, 
Owner and Mgr... 

C. G. Wilson 

S. Elmer Spencer 



J. W. Kendrick 

Jas. J. Holland 

R. E. Morgan, Gen'l 
Manager. 



C. F. Lassiter, Owr. 
W. H. Piland, Owr.. 
R. L. Hobbs, Owr.. 



F. N. Cross, Owner. 
M. Hofler, Manager. 



S. P. Harwood, Owr. 



F. E. Harris, Owner 
and Manager 



W. B. Connelly.Owr. 



'See Charlotte plant. 



Miscellaneous Factokies 



143 



Continued 



Secretary 



J. Q. Hall 

N. B. Kendrick.... 

P. D. Summey 

R. W. Miller 

F. A. Whiteside.... 
George H. Marvin. 

Sparke Torrence... 

Wm. B. Anderson.. 

F. L. Palmer 

Fred A. Cathey 

Reid D. Koon, Mgr 
N. B. Kendrick.... 
George D. Jenkins. 



Articles Manufactured 



Rough lumber 

Lumber 

Flour, meal and feed. 
Lumber 



Soda waters 

Repair wagons, carts, etc. 

Corn meal_. 

Flour, meal and feed 

Ice 



Bakery products 

Mining ore 

Flour, corn meal and feed 

Roller covering 

Cotton ginning 

Doors, sash moulding, washboards, tables, etc. 

Shingles 

Bread and cakes 

Sash, doors, blinds, etc 

Soft drinks 

Harness 

Ice 



Repairs and supplies 

Gas 

Doors, sash, mantels, etc. 



Dry cleaning, pressing and altering 

Cotton-seed products 

General millwork and cotton mill supplies. 

Flour, meal and chicken feeds 

Brick 

Brick 



Lumber, corn meal and ginning cotton... 
Cart wheels, wagons and general repairs. 

Boards and framing 

Lumber and grist mill _ 

Carts, wheels and wagons 

Carts and wheels 

Carts and wheels.. 

Cart bodies and general repair work 

Lumber 

Lumber and cotton ginning 

Lumber and meal 

Rough lumber and ginning cotton 

Flour and corn meal 

Rough and dressed lumber 



Auto repairs 

Tobacco flues 

Brick and lumber 

Flour and corn meal. 

Rough lumber 

Lumber 



sa. 

~ - {■ 

u o a 



1907 



1906 
1903 



1912 
1920 
1922 
1902 



1914 



1902 
1914 
1914 
1920 
1909 
1907 



1900 
1917 
1912 

1922 
1887 
1919 
1872 
1916 
1916 

1916 
1897 



1910 
1892 
1905 
1913 



1912 



1907 
1907 



1893 
1916 



Capital 
Stock 



$ 5,900 
1,000 



39,000 



24,500 
1,750 
6,000 

48,000 
4,000 



1,150 
1,500 
14,700 
7,000 
6,300 



38,100 
3,000 
1,200 
1,600 



100,000 



10,000,000 

80,000 

1,500 

8,000 

8,000 

5,000 
1,000 



1,000 



1,000 
3,000 



125 
7,000 
3,000 



No. 



715 
716 
717 
718 

719 
720 
721 
722 
723 
724 
725 
726 
727 
728 
729 
730 
731 
732 
733 
734 
735 
736 
737 
738 

739 
740 
741 
742 
743 
744 

745 
746 
747 
748 
749 
750 
751 
752 
753 
754 
755 
756 
757 
758 

759 
760 
761 
762 
763 
764 



144 



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Table No. 1- 



No. 



765 
766 
767 
768 
769 
770 
771 
772 
773 
774 
775 
776 
777 
778 
779 
780 
781 
782 
783 
784 
785 
786 
7S7 
788 
789 
790 
791 
792 
793 

794 
795 
796 
797 
798 
799 
800 
801 
802 
803 
804 
805 
806 
807 



810 
811 
812 
813 

814 
8 1 5 



County 



Granville. 

...-do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

__.-do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

-...do 

....do 

Greene 

Guilford.. 

....do 

....do 

....do 

...-do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

----do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 



....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

_.._do 

-,..do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

..._do 

._-_do 



-do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 



Post office 



Oxford. 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

..--do _-. 

_...do 

....do 

....do 

...-do 

Stem 

StovalL... 

.-..do 

....do 

Youngs ville 

Maury 

Brown Summit. 

Climax 

Gibsonville 

....do 

Greensboro 

....do 

....do 

....do 

-.-_do 

....do 

....do 

__.-do 

....do 



....do. 
....do. 



__-_do 

....do ___- 

....do 

....do 

....do 

-.._do 

....do _-. 

__._do 

.-..do 

--_.do 

....do.... 

....do 

....do 

....do 



_-_do 

Greensboro, R. 3_ 

Greensboro 

.-..do.... --__ 

..-.do 

....do 



.do. 
.do. 



Factory 



VV. A. Adams Co 

Gorman Wheel Co 

Gooeh's Machine Shop 

J. P. Hunt 

Ice Products Co 

Jeffreys-Myers Mfg. Co 

Oxford Body Co 

Oxford Buggy Co 

Taylor-Cannady Buggy Co. 

White Roller Mills. 

Nelms Grist Mill 

Daniels Sawmill-.. 

J. B: Davis 

C. L. Emory 

B. L. Bragg 

C. L. Hardy & Co 

Brown Summit Broom Co... 

J. C. Reynolds & Co 

Gibsonville Milling Co 

Reedy Fork Roller Mills 

Acme Mill Works 

E. E. Bain & Son 

Ballance & Co 

Blue Bell Overall Co 

Geo. C. Brown & Co 

Carolina Baking Co 

Carolina Steel and Iron Co.. 

C. B. Clegg.. 

Clegg's Steam Bakery 



I 'l > :- I c 1 . 1 1 ■ 



Andrew Jamison 

W. B. Ballow 

J. W. Gooch, Owner 



E. G. Moss.... 

R. M. Jeffreys 

C. W. Bryan 

B. F. Taylor 

N. H. Cannady 

J. F. White 

C. G. Nelms, Owr... 
W. C. Daniels, Owr. 



P. W. Thackcr 

J. C. Reynolds, Owr. 
Dr. J. T. Kernodle. 
W. L. Huffine, Owr.. 
L. M. Clymer, Prop. 



H. E. Ballance, Owr. 
C. C. Hudson, Owr. 

L. E. Brown 

H. O. Miller.... 

W. C. Boren 



L. L. & W. K. Clegg, 
Props 



P. B. Comer 




Cook-Lewis Foundry Co 


A. R. Lewis 


Cunningham Brick Co.. 


J. H. Cunningham . 


Cunningham Springless Shade Co.. 


C. D. Cunningham 






Dicks Laundry Co 


Thos. O. Ayres 


Federal Bedding Co 


J. P. Smith 


W. H. Fisher Co 




Ford Body Co.... 




G. S. Gaulden Shop 


G. S. Gaulden, Owr. 


Glascock Stove and Mfg. Co 


T. A. Glascock 


Golden Rule Press ._ 


O. D. Park, Partner 


Greensboro Coca-Cola Bottling Co. . 


J. B. Harrison, Prop. 


Greensboro Printing Co 


H. Winfield Sinclair, 




Prop 




W. A. Watson 






Hadley-Taylor Co 


C. M. Taylor. _. 


Harrison Printing Co 


C. G. Harrison 


King Cola Bottling Co.. 


T. A. Kernodle 


John W. Knight & Son 


J. C. Knight, Half 




Owr 


J. H. Neese's Marble Yard 


J. H. Neese, Owr... 


Newman Machine Co 


G. F. Newman 



Miscellaneous Factories 



145 



Continued 



Secretary 



C. M. Dozier.. 
C. S. Gorman. 



L. B. Fleming.. 
J. H. L. Myers. 
C. S. Gorman.. 
I. N. Howard... 
J. W. Cannady. 
J. L. Fuller 



P. E. Taylor. 
L. D. Rippy. 



H. B. Weiss. 

R. W. Miller 

J. W. McLennon. 



C. H. Lewis 

E. C. Osborn 

J. H. Cunningham. 



George W. Foushee. 

F. F. Smith 

W. H. Fisher 

E. R. Ford 



L. L. Glascock. 



R. N. Hadley. 
R. N. Hadley. 



Articles Manufactured 



Leaf tobacco dealer 

Vehicle wheels 

Repair trucks and autos. 

Tobacco flues 

Ice 



S. D. Scott. 
10— 



Box shooks 

Buggy bodies, seats and auto bodies.. 

Buggies and surreys 

Buggies 

Flour, meal and shipstuff _. 

Corn meal 

Hogshead staves 

Rough lumber 

Lumber _. 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber and ginning cotton 

Brooms _ 

Grist mill.. 

Flour and feed 

Meal and flour, custom grinding 

Roll work for flour mills 

Building material 

Candy 

Overalls 

Lumber 

Bread and cake 

Structural steel and plate metal work. 
Crushed stone 



S5£ 
gO'S 



1910 
1918 



Bread, cakes and pies 

Auto parts dealer 

Iron, brass, bronze, and aluminum castings. 

Brick 

Window shades 

Tomatoes 

Laundry 

Mattresses and bedding supplies 

Job printing.. 

Truck and bus bodies 

Harness and repairing 

Stoves and foundry products 

General line of printing 

Coca-Cola 



191-1 
1919 
1916 
1917 
1906 
1881 
1916 



Capital 
Stock 



S 35,000 
40,000 



1909 



1915 



1916 
1915 
1896 



Commercial printing. 
Flour, meal and feed. 

Brooms 

Drugs 

Job printing 

Soft drinks 



Monuments 

Monuments 

Woodworking machinery. 



1911 
1910 
1919 
1919 
1912 

1894 
1918 
1905 
1909 
1917 
1914 
1909 
1919 
1917 
1917 
1900 
1880 
1920 
1903 



10,100 
66,000 
20,000 
80,000 
60,000 



1,200 



500 
5,500 



1893 
1900 
1922 
1904 
1919 

1905 
1890 
1906 



1,200,000 
40,000 
88,000 



3,000 
30,000 
15,400 
15,300 
50,000 



32,000 
2,000 
6,500 

35,000 
800 

15,000 



50,000 
25,000 
14,000 

4,000 
15,000 
30,000 



No. 



765 
766 

767 
768 
769 
770 
771 
772 
773 
774 
775 
776 
777 
778 



781 
782 
783 
784 
785 
786 
787 
788 
789 
790 
791 
792 

793 
794 
795 
796 
797 



800 
801 
802 
803 
804 
805 



807 



810 
811 
812 

813 
814 
815 



146 



North Carolina Industrial Statistics 



Table No. 1— 



No. 



816 
817 

818 
819 
820 
821 
822 
823 

824 
825 
826 
827 
828 
829 
830 
831 
832 
833 
834 
835 

836 
837 



839 
840 
841 
842 
843 

844 
845 
846 
847 
848 
849 
850 

851 

852 
853 
854 
855 
856 
857 
858 
859 
860 
861 
862 



County 



Postoffice 



Faetory 



President 



Guilford. 
....do— . 



.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 



_do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

_do 

.do 



.do.. 
.do- 

.do., 
.do., 
.do., 
.do.. 
.do.. 
.do.. 

.do., 
.do., 
.do., 
.do., 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 

.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.dn. 
,-do. 
,.do. 
..do. 
..do. 



Greensboro. 
...do 



.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 



..do.. 
..do.. 
..do.. 
..do.. 
..do.. 
..do.. 
..do.. 
..do.. 
..do.. 
..do.. 
..do.. 



.do. 
.do. 



.do. 
.do. 
_do. 
_do. 
.do. 
.do. 

.do. 
.do. 
_do_ 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



...do 

...do 

...do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

...do 

Jamestown. 



North State Milling Co. 
Oettinger Lumber Co... 



O. Henry Bedding Co 

Piedmont Ice and Coal Co. 

Pintsch Compressing Co 

J. R. Pitts 

Proximity Print Works 

Roberson-Strader Co 



Guilford College- . 



High Point. 
...do 



Chas. D. Roberts Co 

The Rowe & Roach Co.... 

Sergeant Mfg. Co... 

Southside Steam Laundry 

Jos. J. Stone & Co 

Swift & Company 

E. J. Talley Laundry Machinery Co 



A. S. Cates 

E. M. & J. R. 

Oettinger, Co-part. 

J. P. Smith 

C. F. Ross, V.-Pres. 

J. A. Dixon 

J. R. Pitts... 

Bernard M. Cone 

V. O. Roberson, 

Partner 

E. A. Cole... 

W. M. Roach. 

G. D. Sergeant 

J. H. Bason 

Jos. J. Stone 

Louis F. Swift 

E. J. Talley. 







W. J. Westbrook Elevator Co 


W. J. Westbrook 


E. A. Woodell 










E. C. Mackie, Genl. 




Mgr 






Carolina & Yadkin River Ry. Co... 


Col. Wescott 




Roberson 


Cecil Mfg. Co. . . 


D. O. Cecil 




R. R. Ragan 






Hayworth Roll and Panel Co 


C. E. Hayworth 






High Point Glass and Decorative 




Co. 






W. W. Smith 


High Point Milling Co 


W. C. Jones 








R. B. Terry 


Hill Veneer Co 














Mgr.. 


Moffitt Underwear Co 


George Penny 




L. C. Sinclair 




M. Traub, Owr 




R. R. Ragan 


Pittsburg Plate Glass Co. of Mich.. 


Chas. W. Brown 


Rankin Coffin and Casket Co 


J. A. Gray 


Raper's Marble and Granite Works. 


D. R. Raper, Prop.. 


Reidsville Paper Box Co., Inc 


J. B. Pipkin 


Shipman Piano and Organ Co.. — 


W. G. Shipman 




R. F. Dalton 




W. L. Stamey, Owr.. 




G. F. Wilson, Owr.. 


Jamestown Roller Mill... — 


H. A. Barnes, Prop.. 



Miscellaneous Factories 



147 



Continued 



Secretary 



Articles Manufactured 



Z - ■!. 

a, s 5 
S o c 



Capital 

Stock 



No. 



W. B. Atwater 

F. F. Smith 

W. B. Ross 

C. W. Walton 

J. E. Hardin 

Chas. D. Roberts 

A. C. Cobb 

N. C. Sergeant 

Thos. Bason 

S. T. Wyrick 

L. Carton 

W. Y. Preyer 

W. J. Westbrook 

J. R. Brown 

L. H. Hale, Jr., Reo'r 

C. M. Cecil 

W. G. Munyan 

A. E. Totro 

A. M. Briggs 

A. W. Klemme. 

Warren L. Smith 

A. B. Homey 

M. J. Crowder 

C. D. Smith 

J. C. Hill 

H. A. Moffitt 

H. W. Fraser 

Chas. F. Blake 

A. H. Gillespie . 

A. M. Rankin 

W. G. Foy 

Geo. D. Manning 

A. Lyon 



Flour, meal and feed. 



Millwork. 
Bedding.. 
Ice 



Gas for railway car lighting 

Building material 

Printed drills, khaki shirtings and art ticks. 



1912 

1916 
1922 
1915 
1889 



S 30,200 



2,000 

25,000 

500,000 



Box shooks 

Shuttle blocks 

Monuments and building stone 

Sawmills 

Laundry 

Commercial printing, blank books, etc. 

Fertilizer 

Laundry washing machines 

Vick's Vaporub Salve 

Elevators 

Job printing 

Woodworking machinery 



1913 

1915 
1916 
1905 
1869 
1915 
1903 



60,000 
30,000 
12,000 
20,000 



1915 



30,600 

150,000,000 

16,818 

750,000 



Flour, meal, feed 

Commercial printing. 



Common carriers 

Tobacco baskets and chairs. 

Veneers and panels 

Brick 

Tops and panels 

Buggies 



1920 
1919 
1903 

1915 
1916 

1903 
1920 
1916 



1,840,000 
1,500 
15,000 



Art glass 

Repair work and castings. 

Flour and meal 

Laundry 

Underwear... 

Veneers and panels 

Mattresses, pillows, etc 



Ward knobs 

Summer underwear, athletic nainsook. 

Office furniture.. 

Bread and cakes 

Buggy wheels, spokes and rims 

Mirrors, beveled plate-glass and paint. 

Coffins and caskets 

Monuments 

Paper boxes 

Pianos and organs 

Sash, doors and millwork 

Job printing 

Auto repairing 

Flour, meal and feed 



1901 

1912 
1917 
1901 
1914 
1918 
1905 
1912 

1918 
1917 

1899 



25,000 

5,200 
31,500 
13,500 
50,000 
125,000 
118,000 



1901 
1904 
1902 
1907 
1908 
1908 
1889 
1907 
1917 



4,000 
25,000 
40,000 

3,000 

20,000 

100,000 

18,000 



70,700 

200,000 

100,000 

1,000 

100,000 



816 

817 
818 
819 
820 
821 
822 

823 
824 
825 
826 
827 
828 
829 
830 
831 
832 
833 
834 

835 
836 

837 



840 
841 
842 

843 

844 
845 
846 
847 
848 
849 

850 
851 
852 
853 
854 
855 
856 
857 
858 
859 
860 
861 
862 
863 



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No. 



864 
865 
866 
867 



870 
871 

872 
873 
874 

875 
876 

877 
878 
879 
880 
881 



885 
886 
887 



891 
892 
893 
894 
895 



County 



Guilford. 
....do—. 

...do.... 
.... do— 
....do—. 



...do. 
...do. 



...do. 



...do.... 
...do.... 
Halifax. 



....do. 
.do. 



....do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
.... do.. 
....do.. 
-_..do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
___.do. 
.—do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
..._do. 
... _do_ 

—do. 

....do. 
..._do. 

..._do. 



901 
902 

903 
904 
905 
906 

907 
908 
909 



Harnett. 
...-do—. 



.do. 
.do. 
-do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



Post office 



Jamestown 

Julian.. 

...do 

Pleasant Garden. 
...do.. 



Stokesdale.. S. B. Moore 



Factory 



President 



Johnson Shoe Co 

Julian Roller Mill. 

P. P. Shoe Sawmill and Planing Mill 

Buffalo Broom Works 

Pleasant Garden Co 



Pomona Pomona Terra-Cotta Co.. 



Summerfield Dixie Roller Mill 



...do. 
...do. 
Airlie. 



Enfield 

Enfield, R. 3. 



Halifax 

Hobgood 

Hollister 

Littleton 

...do 

...do 

....do 

Roanoke Rapids. 

Rosemary 

Scotland Neck... 

....do.... 

....do 

....do 

Thelma. 

....do.. 

Weldon 

....do. 

....do. 

....do 

....do... 



.do. 

.do. 
.do. 

.do. 



Angier 

Broadway. 



....do. 

Casma 

Duke 

Duke, R. 1.. 
Dunn, R. 3. 
Dunn 

....do. 



W. D. Lane Sawmill 

W. J. Stafford Custom Mill. 
Thome's Custom Grist Mill. 



The Columbian Peanut Co. 

W. W. Hardy Sawmill and Cotton 

Gin 

D. J. Millican 

D. W. Downs 

T. C. Williams... 

B. W. Bowser Sawmill 

Nelson Vertical Paper Cutter 

Schlichter Lumber Co 

E. E. Wollett & Son 

Halifax Builders Supply Co 

H. J. Powell.. 

The Cotton Oil and Ginning Co — 

W. L. House Brick Mill 

Scotland Neck Brick Co 

Scotland Neck Planing Mill 

Martin's Lumber Mill 

Matthew Martin 

K. C. Clark's Blacksmith Shop 

Dixon Lumber and Millwork Co 

Harrell's Printing House... 

W. T. Parker 

Weldon Coca-Cola Bottling Works, 

Inc 

Weldon Ginning Co 

Weldon Ice Co 

Weldon Printing Co 



G. W. Johnson. 
Jno. Hardin... 



N. F. Horner.. 
E. P. Whorton. 



W. C. Boren. 



John B. Ogburn, 
Prop 



S. T. Thome, Jr., 

OWT 

J. P. Woodley 



A. B. Schlichter 

J. R. Wollett, Mgr... 
S. F. Patterson 



N. B. Josey. 



J. B. Hall, Owr. 



White Star Laundry. 



J. M. Williams Ginnery 

Harrington & Harrington. 



Paradise Lumber Co 

Newport Mfg. Co 

J. C. Byrd & Brother 

Wilson H. Lucas Sawmill 

W. T. Avery.. 

Barnes Oil Mills * 

J. F. Beasly Sawmill and Gin. 



M. E. Martin, Owr. 



S. J. Dixon 

Geo. A. Harrell. 



G. H. Hutaff 

L. T. Garner 

J. W. Hines 

A. L. Cochrane, 

Prop 

Mrs. S. W. Mount- 
castle, OWT 

J. M. Williams, Owr. 
J. L. Harrington, 

Part 

N. A. McNeill 

A. V. Caldwell 

Copartnership 



J. D. Barnes, Owr.. 



*New mill. 



Miscellaneous Factories 



149 



Continued 



Secretary 



Geo. J. Johnson... 
G. A. Garrett 

J. H. Hearne 

C. H. Kirkman 

W. C. Boren, Jr... 

F. B. Dante 

M. Nelson, Owner. 

G. S. Councill 

C. N. Wheeler 

W. E. Smith 

J. P. Futrell, Mgr. 

N. M. Shearin 

H. B. Harrell, Sr.. 

C. A. Seifert 

D. R. Anderson... 

C. E. Carter 

D. W. Buie 

P. S. Goodrich.... 



Articles Manufactured 



Men's, women's, and children's shoes 

Flour, meal, bran and feed 

Rough and dressed lumber 

Brooms 

Broom and mop handles, shade rollers, flour, and 
meal 

Sewer pipe, culvert pipe, drain tile and flue lining. 
Rough and dressed lumber 



Flour and meal 

Rough lumber and cross-ties. 
Flour, meal and feedstuffs 



Corn meal, lumber and ginning cotton. 
Peanuts cleaned, graded and shelled 



Rough lumber, ginning cotton 

Rough lumber 

Box shooks and rough lumber 

Rough lumber, ginning cotton... 

Rough lumber.. 

Nelson vertical paper cutters 

Lumber 

Lumber 

Building materials 

Blacksmith shop and repairs 

Vegetable oils, mixing fertilizers, ginning cotton 

Common brick 

Common brick 

Lumber 

Lumber, ginning cotton 

Rough lumber, ginning cotton 

General blacksmith work 

Sash, doors, millwork, planing mill 

Job printing 

Lumber 



Coca-Cola and soda waters. 

Ginning cotton 

Ice 



Book and job printing 



Laundry 

Rough lumber, ginning cotton. 



Lumber 

Lumber 

Lumber 

Lumber, ginning cotton 

Lumber 

Lumber 

Cotton-seed oil, meal, hulls, linters and fertilizers. . 
Lumber, ginning cotton 



1920 
1896 
1916 
1919 



1917 

1890 
1921 
1915 

1890 
1910 

1919 



1918 



1917 
1922 
1920 
1906 
1917 



1905 
1919 
1915 
1915 
1916 



1913 
1912 
1894 
1915 

1908 
1917 
1917 

1909 

1917 



1917 
1908 
1907 



1922 



Capital 
Stock 



S 42,000 
5,300 



,000 



16,600 
200,000 



500 
12,000 



10,000 
242,000 



15,000 



127,500 



26,800 

1,400 

28,000 



2,800 



20,000 
3,000 
5,000 

2,000 
5,500 
35,000 

1,000 



10,000 
2,500 



25,000 

1,000 

40,000 



No. 



864 



867 



870 

871 
872 
873 

874 
875 

876 

877 
878 
879 
880 
881 
882 
883 
884 
885 
886 
887 



890 
891 
892 
893 
894 
895 



897 



900 
901 

902 
903 
904 
905 
906 
907 
908 
909 



150 



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Table No. 1 — 



No. 



910 

911 

912 
913 
914 
915 
916 
917 
918 
919 
920 
921 
922 
923 
924 

925 
926 
927 
928 
929 

930 
931 
932 

933 
934 
935 
936 

937 
938 
939 
940 
941 
942 
943 

944 
945 
946 

947 
948 
949 

950 
951 
952 
953 



County 



Harnett. 



...do. 



....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

Haywood. 

...-do 

....do 

....do 

..._do 

....do 



...do. 

...do. 
...do. 
...do. 

...do. 

...do., 
...do. 
—do.. 

...do. 
...do. 
...do. 

..._do. 



Henderson . 

....do -. 

....do 

....do 

...do 

...do 

....do 



...do 

Hertford . 
—do 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 

.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



Postoffice 



Dunn. 



.do. 



...do. 

...do 

...do 

...do.. 

....do 

Dunn, R. 3. 
Olivia. 



Canton 

Clyde. 

....do 

Crabtree.. . 
Hazelwood. 



Sunbur.jt 

....do.. 

Waynesville. 

,._-do 

...do 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 

.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



Brickton 

Flat Rock.. 

Fletcher 

._..do 

Hendersonville . . 

....do 

....do 



....do.... 
Ahoskie. 
— do.™ 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



....do 

Cofield 

Harrellsville. 
....do 



Factory 



Dunn Ice and Fuel Co.. 



Dunn Marble Works. 



General Utility Co 

The Jno. A. McKay Mfg. Co 

Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co 

Pope & Tart 

Southern Marble Works 

Stuart Turlington's Cotton Gin... 

H. C. Cameron. 

W. A. Smathery Sawmill 

The Champion Fibre Co 

Clyde Roller Mills.... 

Haywood Milling Co 

Crabtree Roller Mills 

England, Walton & Co., Inc. (Juna- 
luska Tannery.) 

J. P. Inman 

Suncrest Lumber Co._ - 

Baird Sawmill 

Camp & Kuykendall 

Galloway Lumber Co 



Haywood Cooperage Co.. 

Haywood Cooperative Cheese Co.. 
Hyatt & Co 



Keller Mfg. Co. 

C. W. Miller 

W. M. Tate 

Waynesville Ice and Cold Storage 
Co.. 

D. S. Hildebrand 

Highland Lake Mills 

Fletcher Brick Works 

Huntley's Sawmill 

J. V. Helsel's Tin Shop 

Henderson County Flour Mill 

Hendersonville Lumber Co 



Valentine & Co 

Ahoskie Building Supply Co. 
Ahoskie Ice Cream Co 



Ahoskie Light and Power Co. 

The Branning Mfg. Co 

Geo. J. Newbern & Co 



Rountree & Co 

Cofield Mfg. Co 

Taylor's Sawmill 

L. O. Wynn's Sawmill and Planing 
Mill— 



President 



G. T.Noel, Owr. and 
Mgr 

M. B. Williams, 
Prop 



Jno. A. McKay... 
V. L. Stephenson. 



P. S. Cooper. 



P. G. Thomson, Jr.. 
J. L. Morgan, Prop.. 
K. L. Burnett, Owr.. 
N. P. Walker, Prop.. 
Spencer K. Mulford. 



A. J. Stevens 

W. A. Hyatt, Supt. 



M. O. Galloway, 

Owr 

J. H. McConnell..-. 

S. J. Moody 

E. J. Hyatt, Mgr.... 

S. H. Keller 



L. M. Killian, Part,. 



Dulus S. Stepp, Mgr. 

J. P. Fletcher 

F. C. Huntley, Owr. 



W. C. Jordan, Owr.. 
J.H.Todd,W.A.and 

H. Bennett, Part.. 

J. O.Bell 

S. E. Dilday, Owr.. 
Mrs. Z. V. Bellamy, 

Owr 

Municipally Owned. 

A. T. Baker.... 

Geo. J. Newbern, 

Owt 

J. O. Rountree - 

H. B. Cross 

H. H. Taylor, Owr.. 



Miscellaneous Factokies 



151 



Continued 



Secretary 


Articles Manufactured 


<P CI 

O pj IT! 

1-, o a 

go-g 


Capital 
Stock 


No. 






1914 
1902 


'$ 


910 








911 


B. 0. Townsend 






912 


Geo. P. McKay 




1914 


35,000 


913 


H. S. Freeman, Mgr 




914 


L. A. Tart 




1918 
1916 
1907 
1913 


10,000 
2,500 


915 






916 






917 






100,000 


918 






919 


Chas. S. Bryant 




1906 

1884 
1920 
1898 

1904 


2,000,000 
10,000 


920 






921 




Flour and corn meal 


922 




2,000 

3,500 

2,270 


923 


S. K. Mulford, Jr. 




924 






925 


R. G. Rogers 




1919 
1916 
1919 

1919 


926 






18,000 
500 


927 






928 




Hardwood lumber _ . .. . 


929 




1,300 
1,200 

50,000 

25,000 

1,000 

7,080 


930 


R. M. Ferguson . 


Cheese. 

Windows, doors, ceiling, flooring and building 


1919 

1917 
1919 
1875 


931 
932 


Gould C. Neergaard 


Dining-room suits 

Saddles and harness . . 


933 
934 




935 






1907 
1900 


936 








937 






500 

50,000 

1,200 

4,000 


938 


M. F. Fletcher 


Brick 


1899 
1918 
1911 
1915 


939 
940 




Gutters, skylights and general job work .. 

Flour and meal 


941 




942 






943 


John T. Wilkins 








944 






1916 

1922 
1919 
1889 


3,000 


945 




Ice-cream . . _ . . 


946 






947 






100,000 

8,000 
4,000 
25,000 


948 






949 




Lumber, ginning cotton ._ . _ 

Pine staves -- _. 


1905 
1908 


950 


B. G. Williams 


951 




952 




Lumber. . _ 


1906 


1,000 


953 



152 



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Table No. 1— 



No. 


County 


Postoffiee 


Fact ory 


President 


954 


Hertford 

....do.—. 


Murfreesboro 

Winton 


White & Britton 




BBS 


E. L. Banks 




956 


....do 

....do 


-___do '. 

....do 


Mapleton Milling Co 


H. V. Parker, Part. 


957 




Owr 

E O Hines 


958 


....do 


....do 


Winton Mfg. Co. 


H. B. Vann, Mgr... 
T. B. Upchurch 


959 


Hoke 






960 


....do 






961 


Hyde... 


Englehard 

Swan Quarter 

-...do.. 






962 


....do 






963 


....do 

....do 

Iredell 




J. R. Mason, Mgr... 
H. C. Warden 


964 

965 


..-.do 


Hyde County Land and Lumber Co. 


966 


....do 

....do 


Hamptonville 






967 


J. F. Cash 




968 


....do 


....do 






969 


....do 


....do 






970 


....do 




Bost, Cline & Co 




971 


....do 


Mooresville 

....do 




John V. Barger 


972 


....do 


Farmers Warehouse and Oil Mills, 




....do 


-..-do 


C. H. Brown 


973 


W. N. Johnston Sons Co. 




974 


....do 


. do 


Mooresville Cooperative Creamery . 




975 


_...do 


....do_ 




976 


,...do 


....do . 


Mooresville Oil Mill, Inc. 


E. W. Brawley 


977 


....do.... 


New Hope 






978 


....do 

....do 






979 


....do 






980 


_...do 


....do 


The Brown Bag Co. 




981 


_...do... 


....do 


City Flour Mills 




982 


_...do 


....do 






983 


_...do 


....do 


Gas Dept., City of Statesville 

The Harness, Vehicle and Supply Co. 


Mrs. M. C. Price, 

Owners 

G. W. Long, Treas. 


984 


...-do 


....do 


of City; J' D. 
Cochrane, Supt — 
J. H. Bryant 


985 


-...do 


....do_ 


986 


_-._do 


....do 


Kennedy Veneer Co 




987 


_...do 


Statesville, R. 5... 

Statesville . . 

....do 




988 


..-.do 


Overcash Sash Factory _ 




989 


-.._do 




990 


_-._do 


do.... 


O. W. Slane Glass Co 

Sloan- White Milling Co 

Statesville Brick Co ___ _ 

Statesville Cotton Oil Co 

Statesville Flour Mills Co 

Statesville Lumber Co 

Statesville Showcase Co 

Statesville Tin Co 

Star Milling Co. 


O. W. Slane .. 


991 
992 


_.-_do 

_.._do 


Statesville, R. 5... 

Statesville . 

... do 


R. N. Sloan, Part... 
F. F. Steele, Part... 


993 


...-do 


R. L. Poston 


994 


_-..do 


.. do . . 




995 


....do 


.. do . . 


J. B. Foster 


996 
997 


....do 

....do 


....do 

---.do.. . 


T. M. Crowell, Owr.. 
W. E. Munday, Part. 


998 
999 


....do 

....do 


_...do 

....do.. . 


D. A. Morrison 


1000 


....do. 


....do .-_ 


Sterling Mills, Inc 





Miscellaneous Factories 



153 



Continued 



Secretary 


Articles Manufactured 


- a 
g S 

3 5 « 
a n » 

h 

- f* ^x 


Capital 
Stock 


No. 




Machine and repair vrork - 


1909 


$ 400 
12,750 

2,300 


954 




955 








956 






1917 
1906 
1913 
1918 
1908 
1912 
1906 
1917 
1917 
1921 


957 






1,000 
100,000 

4,000 
5,000 

1,000 


958 


J B. Thomas 




959 






960 






961 






962 






963 


Thos. P. Berry 




96+ 






965 






1,000 


966 






967 






1920 

1899 
1919 
1902 

1916 
1916 
1914 
1914 
1915 
1917 
1916 
1890 

1922 




968 




5,000 


969 


W. R. Bost 




970 






20,000 

30,300 
33,000 
6,725 
12,000 
22,200 
5,000 
2,000 


971 






972 






973 




Butter __ 


974 






975 






976 






977 




Finishing and lettering marble and gran, monuments 


978 




979 




Traveling bags, suitcases, ladies' hand bags, sam- 


5,700 






980 






981 






1916 

1915 
1905 
1911 
1919 


20,000 
15,000 


982 




Gas 


983 






984 






8,000 


985 






986 








987 






1841 
1900 
1906 
1908 
1910 
1916 
1900 
1908 




988 








989 


Fred T. Slane 




100,000 


990 






991 




Brick . 


118,000 
30,000 

125,000 
25,000 
8,000 


992 






993 


F. A. Sherrill 




994 


Eugene Morrison 


Shipping cases for cotton mills 


995 
996 






1914 
1910 
1887 
1917 


997 


T. 0. Morrison 




11,000 


998 






999 


J. L. Sloan . 




165,000 


1000 



154 



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Table No. 1 — 



No. 



County 



Postoffice 



Factory 



President 



1001 
1002 
1003 
1004 
1005 
1006 
1007 
1008 
1009 
1010 

1011 
1012 
1013 
1014 
1015 
1016 
1017 
1018 
1019 
1020 
1021 
1022 
1023 
1024 
1025 
1026 
1027 
1028 
1029 
1030 
1031 
1032 
1033 
1034 
1035 
1036 
1037 
1038 
1039 
1040 

1041 
1042 
1043 
1044 
1045 
1046 
1047 
1048 
1049 
1050 
1051 
1052 



Iredell— - 
..__do—. 
....do.... 
....do.... 
.... do.... 
....do— . 
....do.— 

Jackson. 
....do.... 
....do.... 



....do 

.._.do 

....do 

....do 

Johnston. 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

..._do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

.._.do 

....do 

_...do 

....do 

... do 

..._do 

..-.do 



....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
.... do. 

..._do- 
..._do. 

._..do. 
._..do. 
Jones. 
..-.do. 
._.-do. 
.___do. 



Statesville, R. 5 

Statesville 

Troutman 

...do 

...do 

...do 

Turnersburg, R. 1. 

Cullowhee 

Dillsboro 

...do 



...do 

Speedwell 

...do 

Sylva 

Benson... 

...do 

...do 

Bentonville 

Clayton 

...do 

..._do 

...do 

Clayton, R. 1. 

Clayton 

...do 

..__do .-.. 

...do 

Dunn 

....do 

Four Oaks 

.___do 

Kenly, R. 2... 

Pine Level 

Princeton 

Selma... _ 

...-do 

__.do 

....do 

....do 

Smithfield 



...do 

...do 

_._do .... 

_._do 

_.-do 

_.-do 

Wilsons Mills. 

...do -_. 

Maysville 

.--do 

Pink Hill.-.. 
Polloksville... 



M. C. Tilley's Sawmill 

C. H. Turner.. 

Academy Shops Mfg. Co 

C. V. Collins' Sawmill.. 

J. A. Collins' Sawmill 

Troutman Shirt Mills Co 

Garden Valley Roller Mill 

Cullowhee Milling Co 

Jarratt Lumber Co _. 

J. J. Mason's Lumber Plant 



J. O. Johnston. 



Tuckasecgee Ice Plant 

T. I. Ammons 

J. A. Seago 

Calhoun Brothers 

J. Willis Creech 

G. H. Roberts Sawmill 

Star Mfg. Co.... 

Rose's Mill 

P. W. Barber.. 

Jno. I. Barnes & Bro._ 

Barnes' Sawmill 

Clayton Motor Co 

E. R. Gulley 

Home & Morris Motor Co 

Price's Mill 

The Rand Milling Co 

John A. Vinson. 

Zero Lee 

Moore, Wood & Son 

King's Corn Mill... 

Sanders' Handle Plant 

Mary A. Boykin's Grist Mill- 
Pine Level Oil Mill Co.. 

Princeton Motor Co 

T. H. Atkinson 

Navassa Guano Co 

Selma Brick Co 

Selma Lumber Co 

Wood Grocery Co 

Beaty & Lassiter Printing Co. 



Creech Chemical Co 

R. C. Gillett 

Holland's Garage 

Hood Brothers 

Scotton Motor Co 

Smithfield Veneer Products Co. 

Jasper Beasley 

C. M. & W. G. Wilson 

Maysville Gin Co 

L. A. & D. F. Riggs 

David Craft's Grist Mill 

George H. Duval 



C. H. Brown 

J. A. Vaughan, Owr. 
T.A.Cox,Jr.,V-P.__ 
R. F. Jarratt, Mgr... 
J. J. Mason, Owner 

and Manager 

R. F. Jarratt 



J. S. Calhoun, Mgr. 



R. F. Smith 

A. M. Rose, Owner. 



J. W. Barnes, Owner. 
A. B. Hollowell 



Chas. W. Home 

J. F. Price, Owner.. 
A. R. Duncan, Mgr.. 



Moore Wood 

J. A. King, Owner.. 
D. H. Sanders, Mgr. 



D. B. Oliver. 
W. G. Rowe.. 



E. T. Taylor 

G. A. Norwood 

T. M. Benoy 

S. P. Wood, Mgr.... 
W. M. Gaskin, Bus. 

Mgr 

L. A. Muns 



W. T. Holland, Owr. 

T. R. Hood 

J. W. Stephenson 

F. K. Broadhurst— - 



Miscellaneous Factories 



155 



Continued 



Secretary 


Articles Manufactured 


-a 
£ a 

O H K 

"o c 

io| 


Capital 
Stock 


No. 








% 


1001 






1902 
1920 


10,000 
31,000 


1002 




Washing machines and can-sealing machinery 


1003 




1004 










1005 






1920 


4,000 


1006 






1007 


Thos. A. Cox 




1916 
1908 

1894 
1922 


9,600 


1008 






1009 








1010 






10,000 
1,800 


1011 






1012 








1013 










1014 










1015 










1016 


M. I. Smith 




1917 
1920 




1017 






3,000 

1,750 


1018 






1019 






1911 


1020 






7,850 
15,000 
10, 100 
24,600 


1021 






1919 


1022 






1023 


W. F. Morris 




1918 
1900 


1024 






1025 








1026 










1027 






1917 
1896 
1890 
1921 
1920 


1,000 


1028 


M. Wood 




1029 








1030 








1031 






1,100 
38,900 
10,000 
10,000 
200,000 
20,000 
14,000 


1032 


W. D. Perkins, Mgr 




1033 


J. S. Edwards. 




1918 


1034 






1035 




Commercial fertilizers, acid phos. and sulphuric acid. 


1869 
1920 
1921 
1912 

1881 
1918 
1910 
1911 


1036 


I. L. Whorton 


1037 


C. S. Hicks 




1038 






1039 






25,000 

100 


1040 


D. H. Creech 




1041 






1042 






2,000 


1043 


H. C. Hood 




1044 


C. S. Broadhurst 


Repairing and selling autos . 


1919 
1919 
1920 
1897 
1912 
1918 
1904 


30,000 
74,000 

4,000 
12,000 

2,000 


1045 
1046 






1047 




Sash, doors, and blinds; building material . 

Lumber, ginning cotton; corn meal 


1048 


C. M. Mattocks 


1049 
1050 








1051 




Rough lumber; ginning cotton .. 


4,600 


1052 



156 



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Table No. 1— 



No. 


County 


Post office 


Factory 


President 


1053 






Huffman Motor Co 

Erskine Ramsav Coal Co 


W R Huffman Owr 


1054 






Erskine Ramsay 


1055 


....do 


....do 


1056 


....do 








1057 


....do 


_._.do.... 


Jonesboro Sash and Blind Co 


R. E. Carrington... 


1058 


....do 


....do 


1059 


....do 






J. R. McQueen 


1060 


_...do 


....do 




1061 


....do. 


_...do... 


Fitts-Crabtree Mfg. Co. 




1062 
1063 


....do... 

....do 

....do 


_...do 

....do 

....do 


Gunn Veneer and Lumber Co 


A. M. Gunn 

T. E. King, Mgr. 


1064 




J. R. Rives 


1065 


....do 


___.do... 


Moffitt Iron Works Co. 


T. R. Moffitt 


1066 


....do 


....do 


Sanford Sash and Blind Co... 

Seaboard Flour Mills 


O. P. Makepeace 

J. T. Ledwell, Owner 


1067 


....do 

....do 


....do 

Sanford, R. 5 


1068 


T. E. Steed 




1069 




Caswell Wood and Iron Works 

R. F. Harrell- 


I. S. Rochelle 


1070 


....do 


....do 




1071 


....do 

....do 


....do 

__.-do 




S. P. Heins... 


1072 




W. M. Herbert, Owr. 


1073 


....do 


_...do 


H. H. Hodges & Co. 


H. H. Hodges 


1074 


....do 


....do 




1075 


....do 


....do 




son, Owners 


1076 


....do 


...do 


Kinston Iron and Mantel Works 


S. T. Pate, Owner 


1077 


....do 


_-..do 


C. A. Vick 


1078 


....do 


....do 




F. C. Dunn 


1079 


....do 


...do 


Moseley Brick and Shingle Co... ... 


B. R. Taylor 

H. H. McCoy.. 


1080 


....do 


.. do.... 


1081 


....do 


_--_dO- 


S. C. Sitterson 


1082 


....do 


_...do 




C. C. Spear. 


1083 


....do 


....do 






1084 


....do 


....do 


E. R. Waller Co. . 


E.P.Waller, Prop... 


1085 


....do 


....do 


E. V. Webb . 


1086 


....do 








1087 


....do 


....do 


Mrs. H. H. Sutton .. 




1088 


....do 

Lincoln 

....do 

....do 


....do 




J. H. Sutton, Mgr... 


1089 






1090 






M. S. Beam 


1091 


__..do 






1092 


..._do 


Lincolnton . 

_...do 






1093 


..._do 


Eureka Iron Works, Inc 


John E. Stubbs 


1094 


....do 


....do 




1095 


....do 


_--.do 


Lincoln Marble Works. . 

Lincoln Milling Co., Inc 

Lincolnton Coca-Cola Bot. Co 


J. T. McLean, Jr., 


1096 


_-__do 


....do 


Prop 

R. F. Beal 


10117 


__.-do 


....do.. . 


I. H. & J. E. Causler, 


1098 


....do 


....do 


Owners 


1099 


....do 

....do 


Reepsville 

-_-_do 




C. C. Dalton, Owner 


1100 




T. M. Hoover 


1101 


McDowell 

....do 








1102 




Beaman Lumber Co. (Partnership). 





Miscellaneous Factories 



157 



Continued 



Secretary 



Wm. Crooks 

T. J. Stedman, Mgr 

J. M. Gunter 

C. M. Reeves 

W. H. Fitts 

C. M. Gunn 

Paul J. Barringer.. 
C. G. Moffitt 

H. F. Makepeace... 

W. E. Stroud 

H. C. Heins 

S. & G. Braxton 

M. G. Vick 

C. W. Sanders 

R. F. Churchill 

E. W. Spear 

J. M. Bean 

C. B. Bishop 

Harry Page 

Jas. B. Johnston 

B. J. Ramsaur 

E. I. Mosteller 



Articles Manufactured 



Repairing and selling autos 

Mining coal 

Lumber 

Lumber 

Building material 

Lumber 

Coal (mined) 

Job printing 

Safes and tables 

Rotary-cut veneers 

Sheet-metal products 

Cotton-seed products; fertilizers 

Sawmills, foundry and machine shop products. 

Building material and all kinds of mill work 

Flour, feed, meal, and bran 

Rough and dressed lumber 

Farm equipment 

General repair shop 

Lumber 

Bread, cakes, and pies 

Auto repairing 



M attresses 

Job printing 

Foundry, machine shop, and woodwork 

Laundry 

Cotton-seed products 

Brick, shingles and lumber 

Pepsi-Cola and soda water 

Ice-cream 

Ford sales and service 

Repair work 

Cornice, skylights, tobacco flues, and roofing 

Reclaiming scrap from tobacco stems 

Bean harvesters, tobacco trucks, flues, etc. 

Corn meal and feed 

Tobacco flues 

Flour, meal, and bran 

Lumber; sash and doors 

Stoneware (jars, crocks, etc.) 

Flour, meal, and feed 

Founders and machinists; cast-iron articles and re- 
pair work 

Ice 



Marble and granite monuments. 
Flour, meal, and feed 



Coca-Cola and soft drinks 

Lumber and shingles 

Flour, meal, feed 

Flour, meal, and feed 

Rough lumber 

Finished lumber and building material. 



a 



roc 
5 3c 



1912 
1922 
1922 
1916 
1916 
1910 
1916 
1875 
1902 
1908 
1897 
1900 
1904 
1883 
1916 
1920 
1920 
1920 
1896 
1903 



1914 
1882 
1911 
1908 
1900 
1902 



1913 
1913 
1910 
1916 
1905 
1918 



1908 



1909 



1919 
1915 



1914 
1914 



1898 
1912 



Capital 

Stock 



S 4,000 
1,000,000 



10,000 

800 

1,000,000 



19,800 
4,500 



58,900 
25,000 
50,000 
20,200 



11,000 

500 

200,000 

500 

9,500 

500 

8,000 

25,000 



3,000 



64,672 



5,000 

10,000 

500 

23,000 

20,100 
35,000 



40,000 

15,000 
1,000 
2,500 
4,000 
7,200 

36,000 



No. 



1053 
1054 
1055 
1056 
1057 
1058 
1059 
1060 
1061 
1062 
1063 
1064 
1065 
1066 
1067 
1068 
1069 
1070 
1071 
1072 
1073 

1074 
1075 
1076 
1077 
1078 
1079 
1080 
1081 
1082 
1083 
1084 
1085 
1086 
1087 
1088 
1089 
1090 
1091 
1092 

1093 
1094 

1095 
1096 

1097 
1098 
1099 
1100 
1101 
1102 



158 



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Table No. 1 — 



No. 



1103 

1104 
1105 
1106 
1107 
1108 
1109 
1110 
1111 
1112 
1113 
1114 
1115 
1116 
1117 
1118 
1119 
1120 
1121 
1122 
1123 
1124 
1125 
1126 
1127 
1128 
1129 
1130 
1131 
1132 
1133 

1134 
1135 
1136 
1137 
1138 

1139 
1140 

1141 
1142 
1143 
1144 
1145 
1146 
1147 
1148 
1149 

1150 
1151 
1152 



County 



McDowell . 



...do 

...do 

__.do... 

Macon 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

Madison 

...do 

...do.. ... 

_._do_... 

...do 

...do 

...do 

__.do 

...do 

Martin 

...do 

...do 

...do.._ 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do... 

...do 

Mecklenburg. 



.do. 
.do. 
_do. 
.do. 
.do. 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 

.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



Postoffice 



Marion. 



...do 

...do 

Old Fort 

Cullasaja 

Franklin 

...do 

...do 

...do 

Highlands 

Belva 

Big Laurel 

Druid 

Marshall 

...do 

...do 

Paint Rock 

Revere 

Stackhouse 

Everette 

Hamilton 

...do 

Parmele 

Robersonville. 

...do 

...do __-. 

Williamston... 

...do 

...do 

....do 

Charlotte 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 

_do. 
.do. 
.do- 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
-do. 



.do. 
.do. 
_do. 



Factorv 



McDowell Publishing Co. 



Marion Leather Co... 

Payne & Decker 

Pritchard Sawmill 

W. M. Bryson 

Franklin Bottling Works 

Gennett Lumber Co.. 

S. J. Kinsland 

Newman Market 

J. Jay Smith 

Gahagan Lumber Co 

R. D. Roberts 

Shelton & Ray 

R. A. Edwards 

Halewood Mfg. Co.. 

Elisha Ponder 

G. C. Myers 

Roberts & Ramsey 

Broad River Lumber Co 

Champion Auto Co 

Alligood Garage 

Watson N. Sherrod's Mill 

Parmele Lumber Co 

Croom Blacksmith & Machine Shop. 

Rogerson Garage 

A. L. White's Mill 

Blount Mfg. Co 

F. W. Graves & Co 

Hadley & Rogerson Mill 

J. S. Whitley & Bro 

Barnhardt Mfg. Co 



Bassett Lumber Co 

Bierman Engraving Co 

Blue Ribbon Bakery 

Carolina Baking Co 

Carolina Concrete Products and 

Construction Co 

Carolina Granite Works 

Chapin-Sacks Corporation 

Charlotte Bagging Co 

Charlotte Bread Co 

Charlotte Casket Co 

Charlotte Clothing Mfg. Co 

Charlotte Coca-Cola Bottling Co... 
Charlotte Cotton Compress Co., Inc, 

Charlotte Duck Clothing Co 

Charlotte Electric Repair Co 

The Charlotte Laundry 



Charlotte Leather Belting Co 

Charlotte Mfg. Co. 

Charlotte Marble and Granite Wks. 



President 



S. E. Whitten, Owr. 
and Manager 



G. T. Stiles. 

Andrew Gennett. 



Paul Newman, Owr. 
Wade Gahagan 



Partnership. 
T. A. Silver. 



Guy V. Roberts, Mgr. 

R. L. Hutchinson 

Partnership 

Geo. Alligood, Owt. 



J. L. Croom, Mgr. 
H. A. Rogerson... 



F. W. Graves, Owt. 



Dr. A. A. Misen- 
heimer 



F. H. Bierman, Prop. 

H. R. Drake 

H. O. Miller 



A. R. Long 

T. A. Sidell, Prop... 

A. A. Chapin 

A. L. Smith 

L. W. Bostain, Prop. 

E. R. Cannon 

J. R. Pharr 

Mrs. J. L. Snyder. .. 

C. B. Bryant -. 

H. W. Belk 

W. A. LawTence 

Mrs. M. J. Rigler, 

Prop 

F. C. vonDer Heide. 

F. B. Ferris 

R. E. Scoggins 



Miscellaneous Factories 



159 



Continued 



Secretary 



Articles Manufactured 



o - « 

tfoc 

3 o:Q 



Capital 
Stock 



No. 



Publishing and job printing 

Leather harness 

Lumber and building material. .. 

Lumber 

Grist-mill products 

Coca-Cola and other soft drinks. 

Lumber and cooperage 

Corn meal 

Ice 



1896 
1917 



1912 



Leslie Gahagan. 



Lumber 

Lumber 

Rough lumber. 



1916 
1922 



Lumber 

Flour, meal and feed. 
Meal 



W. H. Baker, Jr. 



E. P. Cunningham, Mgr 
J. S. Whitley, Partner... 



T. M. Barnhardt... 
J. B. Bassett, Prop. 



Lumber and cross-ties 

Lumber 

Lumber 

Garage 

Aut o repairing 

Rough lumber 

Rough pine lumber 

Carts, wagons, tobacco trucks, and general repairs. 

Garage, repairs 

Corn meal 

General repair work 

Leaf tobacco dealers 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 



1908 
1912 
1916 
1916 
1919 
1920 



1904 
1912 



R. W. Miller. 



Cotton batts 

Framing and lumber 

Drawings, halftones, zinc etchings. 

Baker y products 

Bread, cakes, and pies 



W. C. Austin. 



H. W. Shaw.... 
E. S. Hoggard. 



E. R. Cannon, Jr.. 

F. R. Cates 

J. L. Snyder 

H. H. Orr 

J. Hirshinger 

C. E. Baker 



Concrete pipe and other concrete products . 

Monuments 

Ice-cream; ice and butter _. 

Bagging and ties 

Bread and cakes 

Coffins, caskets and undertakers' supplies.. 

Men's and children's clothing 

Coca-Cola 

Cotton co mpress 

Cotton clothing 

Electrical machinery, repairs 



1919 

1919 

1900 
1921 
1915 
1922 
1914 

1921 
1920 



1912 
1922 
1899 
1897 



F. D. Lethco, Mgr. 
Frank B. Rupert... 

Fred W. Glover 

Miss Lou Huntley.. 



Dry cleaning, laundering and dyeing. 

Leather belting 

Card clothing and reeds 

Monuments 



1919 
1905 
1913 

1890 
1906 
1911 

1913 



4,000 



100 

128,330 

300 

1,500 



25,000 



500 

3,000 



200 
2,000 



100,000 
15,000 
7,550 



8,000 



20,000 



150,000 



40,000 



10,000 



16,000 
7,500 
100,000 
193,700 
3,000 
40,000 
15,000 
65,000 



50,000 



1103 
1104 
1105 
1106 
1107 
1108 
1109 
1110 
1111 
1112 
1113 
1114 
1115 
1116 
1117 
1118 
1119 
1120 
1121 
1122 
1123 
1124 
1125 
1126 
1127 
1128 
1129 
1130 
1131 
1132 

1133 
1234 
1235 
1136 
1137 

1138 
1139 
1140 
1141 
1142 
1143 
1144 
1145 
1146 
1147 
1148 

1149 
1150 
1151 
1152 



160 



]STorth Carolina Industrial Statistics 



Table No. 1- 



No. 



1153 
1154 
1155 
1156 
1157 
1158 
1159 
1160 
1161 
1162 

1163 
1164 
1165 
1166 
1167 
1168 
1169 
1170 
1171 
1172 
1173 
1174 
1175 
1176 
1177 
1178 
1179 
1180 
1181 
1182 
1183 
1184 
1185 
1186 
1187 
1188 
1189 
1190 
1191 
1192 
1193 
1194 
1195 
1196 
1197 

1198 
1199 
1200 
1201 
1202 
1203 
1204 



County 



Mecklenburg. 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do...- 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do -. 



....do.. 

....do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
... .do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 

....do. 

....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
__..do. 



Postoffice 



Charlotte. ._ 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

....do 

...do 

....do 

Charlotte and 

Maxton 

Charlotte 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 



.do.... 
.do— . 
.do.... 
-do.... 
.do.... 
.do.... 
_do—. 
.do—, 
.do.... 
.do.... 
.do.... 
.do.... 
.do.... 
_do—. 
_do.... 
.do... . 
.do—, 
.do... . 
.do.— 
.do— - 
.do— . 
.do.... 
.do.... 
.do.... 
.do... . 
.do.... 
.do.... 
.do.... 

.do 

.do.... 



.do. 
_do. 
_do. 
.do. 
.do. 
-do. 
.do. 



Factory 



Charlotte Packing Co 

Charlotte Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co... 

Charlotte Pipe and Foundry Co 

Charlotte Tent and Awning Co 

Charlotte Wagon and Auto Co 

Charlotte Waste Co 

Cole Mfg. Co... 

Dixie Spindle and Flyer Co... 

Dooley Printing Co 



Co.. 



Elba Mfg. Co 

Fasnacht Candy Co 

W. J. M. Finger 

Ben J. Fong 

J. Hackett Foundry Co 

W. L. Hand Co., Inc 

Hawley's Laboratories, Inc... 
Hornets' Nest Liniment Co... 
The Hunnycutt Printing Co.. 

Interstate Milling Co 

LaBelle Candy Co 

Lance Packing Co 

Lewis-Rucker Lumber Co 

Liddell Company 

J. N. McCausland & Co 

McClaren Rubber Co 

Mecklenburg Chero-Cola Bot 

Mecklenburg Dairy Co 

Mecklenburg Iron Works 

G. L. Miller 

Model Steam Laundry Co 

Moffatt Machinery Mfg. Co 

John J. Morton 

NuGrape Bottling Co 

Observer Printing House 

Office Supply & Equipment Co., Inc 

Park Manufacturing Co 

Person Remedy Co 

Piedmont Candy Kitchen 

Piedmont Coffee Mills, Inc 

Piedmont Electro-Chemical Co 

Piedmont Marble Co 

The Piedmont Printery 

Pound & Moore Co 

Queen City Brick Co 

Queen City Granite & Marble Wks.. 



President 



R. C. McManus— 

H. B. Fowler 

W. F. Dowd, Sr.. 



O. V. Hoke 

W. E. Bacon.... 

E. M. Cole 

A. M. Guillet... . 
Geo. L. Dooley _ 



T. G. Davis 

J. A. Fasnacht, Owr. 



J. Hackett 

E. P. Gatling 

F. O. Hawley 

M. M. Wallace, Owr. 

J. E. Hunnycutt 

Chas. P. Moody 

J. B. Michaels 

P. L. Lance 

J. W. Lewis 

J. L. Chambers 

Partnership 

R. A. Peavey 

W. B. Taylor, Sr.... 

S. E. Sehorn... 

J. Frank Wilkes, Mgr 



P. M. Cave... 
W. E. Moffatt. 



B. R. Cates.. 

H. L. Hopkins 

John R. Pharr 

Mrs. R. M. Person.. 



T. G. Robertson 

E. R. Bucker 

Smith Wood 

R. L. Brackin, Prop. 
R. M. Pound 



W. N. Bacon, Part.. 



Queen City Printing Co. H. A. Murrill 

Relay Mfg. Co W. A. Anthony 

Sanitary Steam Laundry, Inc F. D. Lethco 

Service Electric Co 

Shaw Tire Co H. P. Shaw 

South Atlantic Waste Co D. H. Anderson... . 

Southerland Optical Co., Inc Odell Southerland. 



Miscellaneous Factories 



161 



Continued 



Secretary 



Y. Prager 

W. F. Dowd, Jr 

R. P. Steffey, Owner „ 

W. M. Parsley 

A. J. Gocking 

E. A. Cole 

O. B. Robinson 

J. L. Crocker 

W. L. Hand 

E. M. Dean 

J. E. Hunnycutt - 

Geo. W. Graham, Jr._. 

C. B. Michaels 

H. P. Swinson 

R. N. Scott 

W. E. Chambers 

F. X. Farnam 

A. B. Taylor 

N. J. Orr 

C. B. Ross 

Jos. McLaughlin 

J. N. Gary, Owner 

John C. Fletcher 

J. C. Crowell 

R, M. Person 

Pete Petchivs, Prop.-- 
J. E. Griffin 

W. M. Yandell 

G. H. Moore 

R. H. Ramsey, Prop. _ 

L. E. Anthony 

E. S.Bee 

J. H. Ross, Mgr 

O. N. Shaw 

E. F. McGowan 

A. Wakefield 



Articles Manufactured 



Meat and pork products 

Pepsi-Cola 

Cast iron, soil pipe, and fittings 

Awnings 

Auto and wagon bodies 

Waste for mattresses and spinning 

Cotton and seed planters; guano sowers 

Repairing cotton mill machinery 

Commercial printing 

Cott on-seed products 

Candy 

Sash, doors, and cabinets 

Laundry work 

Jobbing work 

Medicine; Hand's Liv-o-Lax 

Sizing compound 

Liniment 

Job printing 

Flour, meal, and feed 

Candy 

Peanut products and candy 

Building material; lumber 

Cotton gin machinery, engines and sawmills 

Sheet-metal products 

Automobile tires and tubes 

Bottled soft drinks 

Milk products and ice-cream 

Engines, sawmills, etc 

Mattress filler 

Laundry 

Elevators and puinpj 

Building stone 

Soft drinks 

Commercial printing 

Rubber stamps; job printing 

Freight elevat ors 

Medicine 

Candy 

Roasted coffee 

Acid calcium phosphate and phosphoric acid 

M onuments 

Job printing 

Commercial printing 

Brick ; 

Granite, limestone and marble for buildings. Cem 

etery memorial work 

Commercial printing 

Electroplating 

Laundry work .__. 

Electrical work 

Tire repairs 

Cotton waste 

Ophthalmic lenses; wholesale and mfg. opticians. 



go-s 

b<£ 



1921 
1909 
1901 
1913 
1913 
1919 
1900 
1911 
1900 

1904 
1921 
1885 
1913 
1910 
1921 
1915 
1872 
1917 
1916 
1921 
1915 
1920 
1887 
1884 
1917 
1919 
1922 
1856 
1916 
1901 
1905 
1914 
1922 
1894 
1914 
1898 
1916 
1917 
1921 
1914 
1918 
1916 
1916 
1913 

1909 
1917 
1906 
1906 
1922 
1914 
1905 
1908 



Capital 

Stock 



S 10,000 

5,000 

102,000 



50,000 

60,000 

460,000 

10,000 



335,600 
1,500 



5; 200 
18,000 
10,000 



3,500 

200,000 

7,000 

35,000 

70,000 

187,500 



863,389 
65,000 
50,000 



10,000 
38,600 



25,000 

25,000 

21,000 

3,000 



15,000 
31,500 
3,000 

17,500 



50,000 
2,000 
2,000 



10,000 
100,000 
30,100 



No. 



1153 
1154 
1155 
1156 
1157 
1158 
1159 
1160 
1161 

1162 
1163 
1164 
1165 
1166 
1167 
1168 
1169 
1170 
1171 
1172 
1173 
1174 
1175 
1176 
1177 
1178 
1179 
1180 
1181 
1182 
1183 
1184 
1185 
1186 
1187 
1188 
1189 
1190 
1191 
1192 
1193 
1194 
1195 
1196 

1197 
1198 
1199 
1200 
1201 
1202 
1203 
1204 



11- 



162 



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Table No. 1— 



No. 


County 


Postoffice 


Factory 


President 


pos 


Mecklenburg., 
do 






C. E. Childs 


1206 


....do 


Southern Auto and Wagon Co.. . - 

Southern Awning Duck Co 

The Southern Cotton Oil Co 


1. M. Cook 


1207 
1208 
1°09 


....do 

_---d0 

..._do 

....do 

do -- 


....do 

__..do 

..__do.. 

....do 

. do 


J. Goldstein ._ 

C. G. Wilson 


1 9 10 


Southern Mfg. Co 


T. G. Patrick 


1211 






1°12 


do 


do 


Southern Spindle and Flyer Co.. .. 


Wm. H. Monty 


1213 


....do._ - 

do 


....do 

do . 




1^14 


The Stopzit Co. 


R. H. Perry, Prop.. 
L. F. Swift.. 


1°15 


.-__do 

....do 

do 


do 




1°16 


....do -_ 

do 






1217 


Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co. 

H. M. Wade Mfg. Co. 


C. G. Wilson 


1218 


....do 

....do 

_-..do 

do 


....do 

....do 

__._do 

Charlotte, R. 3.... 


H. M. Wade, Owner. 


1219 






1220 


J. H. Wearn & Co 


J. H. Wearn.. 


1221 






1222 


do 


Wentz Sign Co 




1223 


do 


do 




H. H. Fish 


1224 


do 


do.. . 






1225 


...-do 

do 


....do 

do 






1226 


J. Zagora Mfg. Co 




P27 


__..do 

do 


....do 

do . 




J. W. Zindel, Prop. . 


1228 


A. M. E. Zion Pub. House 




1229 


do 


No. Charlotte 

do _-_- 






1230 


do 




F. R. Cates 


1231 


do 


Davidson 

Bakersville.. 

.-..do 


The Southern Cotton Oil Co 


C. G. Wilson 


1 9 32 


Mitchell - 

__..do 

do 






J. W. T. Quinn 




1233 




1234 


C. C. Woodv 




1235 


do 






J. S. Burleson 


1 9 36 


do 




Geo. Parnell & Son 




1237 


do 








1238 


...do 


Spruce Pine 


English Mica Co 

Jordan Mfg. Co., No. 2 


R. R. Dent... 


1239 


do 




1240 


Montgomery., 
do 




Biscoe Foundry-Machine Co - 


C. E. Kellam, Owr._ 


1241 


do . 




1242 


do 








1243 


do 








1 9 44 


do 


Ether . 






1245 


do 


do 


Ether Roller Mills 


W. Farland 


1246 


do 


Mount Gilead 

....do " 


N. L. Byrd 




1247 


do . 


Mount Gilead Cotton Oil Co 

Mount Gilead Roller Mill 


L. P. Byrd.... 


r'48 


do 


do 


W. F. Ingram, Owr._ 


1249 


do 


do .. . 


G. R. Poe 




1250 


do 


do 




J. T. Smith 


1251 


do 


Richfield 


N. G. Arey 




125 9 


..._do 

do 


Star 




Geo. W. Scott, Owr. 




do 






1253 




1254 


do 


do 






1255 


....do.... 


Troy 


M. J. Blalock 





Miscellaneous Factories 



163 



Continued 



Secretary 



W. K. Medernach . 
John B. Oates 



F. L. Palmer. 



A. N.Webb 

J. J. Pierce, Owner. 

W. H. Hutchins 

J. R. VanNess 



L. A. Carton 

S. D. Crenshaw. 



F. H. Washburn. 
Alex. Copeland.. 



H. M. Riggins, Cashier. 
J. D. Woodside, Mgr. .. 
J. J. Austin 



S. D. Watkins, Mgr. 

R. H. Johnston 

John M. Sellers 



F. L. Palmer. 



S. E. Burleson. 



Paul Willis. _. 
R. T. Dent... 
A. D. Roper. 



E. P. Freeman. 
Jos. J. Carroll. 



J. G. Smith. 



T. L. Maness, Owner.. 



Articles Manufactured 



Asbest os t extiles 

Wagons and wagon bodies 

Awnings and canvas goods 

Cotton-seed products 

Ice-making machinery 

Overalls and shirts 

Job printing 

Flyer pressers, fluted steel rolls, and spindles. 
Ice 



Stopzit vagicones 

Refining cotton-seed oil; mfg. lard, salad oil 

Carbonated drinks and vinegar 

Commercial fertilizers, acid phos., and sul. acid. 

Bank and store fixtures 

Commercial printing 

Dressed lumber 



Signs 

Ready-print papers 

Repairing automobiles. 
Ice 



Steel products; machine repairing 

Bakery products 

Printing church literature.. 

Cotton yarns 

Creosoted lumber, piling, shingles, fence posts, cross- 
arms and ties 

Cotton-seed products 



Flour, meal, and feed 

Harness and saddlery 

Lumber 

Lumber 

Hardwood and hemlock lumber. 
Mica 



Mica 

Bobbins, skewers, and cones 

Plow castings, grate bars, sawmill repairs . 

Rough lumber 

Lumber 

Lumber 

Custom sawmill 

Flour, meal, and feed 

Rough lumber 

Cotton-seed products 

Flour and corn meal 

Rough lumber 

Lumber and cross-ties 

Dressed lumber 



Coca-Cola and other soft drinks. 

Rough lumber 

Common brick 

Rough lumber 



1918 
1922 
1920 
1887 
1920 
1905 
1919 
1906 
1893 
1918 
1907 
1890 
1893 
1900 
1921 
1910 



1911 



1912 
1906 



1917 



1920 
1887 



1910 
1907 



1900 
1916 
1922 
1905 

1917 



1922 



Capital 
Stock 



S 492,000 

10,900 

3,500 

10,000,000 

125,000 

80,000 



15,000 
150,000 



10,000 
48,000,000 



10,000 
59,000 



87,000 
10,000 



625,000 

100,000 
10,000,000 

10,000 
5,000 
5,700 
1,000 
25,000 
11,500 
125,000 



5,000 



1915 
1916 
1910 
1916 
1900 
1913 



1914 
1913 

1917 



7,280 

1,250 

100,100 



2,500 
9,000 



4,000 
10,000 



No. 



1205 
1206 
1207 
1208 
1209 
1210 
1211 
1212 
1213 
1214 
1215 
1216 
1217 
1218 
1219 
1220 
1221 
1222 
1223 
1224 
1225 
1226 
1227 
1228 
1229 

1230 
1231 

1232 
1233 
1234 
1235 
1236 
1237 
1238 
1239 
1240 
1241 
1242 
1243 
1244 
1245 
1246 
1247 
1248 
1249 
1250 
1251 

1252 
1253 
1254 
1255 



164 



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Table No. 1 — 



No. 


County 


Postoffice 


Factory 


President 


1256 


Montgomery .. 
do 


Trov 


B. S. Howell 




1257 


....do 




A. C. Honevcutt, Or. 


1258 


do 


____do 


I. F. Russell's Sawmill __ 




1259 


....do 

do 


...do 






1260 


..do 






1261 


--do 

do 


....do 




T. B. Saunders, Prop. 


1262 




1263 






Aberdeen Crate and Box Co 

Coca-Cola Bottling Co 


J. R. McQueen 

G. C. Seymore.Prop. 
G. C. Cole, Mgr 


1264 


....do 

....do 

do 


...do 


1265 


Biseoe, R. 1 




1266 




1267 


do 




B. L. Brady 




1268 
1269 


....do 

do 


....do 

....do 


Carthage Ginning and Milling Co. . 
News-Blade Co 


J. F. Cole, Owner... 
T. B. Tyson 


1270 


do 


...do 




1. C. Pool, Mgr. 


1271 


do 








1272 


do . 




Reynolds Mills.. _ _ 




1273 


do 






L. Tufts 


1274 


do 


Southern Pines 


Allen W. Roberts 




1275 


..do .. 


W. T. Brown's Grist Mill and Sawmill 
W. P. Hancock 




1276 


do 


...do 




1277 


_...do 


West End 


M. D. McCrummen Shingle Mill 




1278 








1279 


do 


Battleboro . 


Battleboro Oil Co 


M. C. Braswell 


1280 


do 


C. M. Denton 




1281 
1282 
1283 


....do 

i— do 

do 


....do 

....do 


Lamm's Sawmill and Grist Mill 

Middlesex Supply Co., Flour Mill... 
J. H. Bone 


W. W. Lamm, Owr... 
A. F. May 


1284 


....do 

do 


....do 

Red Oak 




M. W. Lincke, Trop. 


1285 


G. E. Beal 




1286 


....do 

do . 


Rocky Mount 

....do 




R. N. Bishop 

C. R. Preddy 


1287 


Builders Sash and Door Co.. 


1288 


do 


....do 




1289 


do 


....do 


Coca-Cola Bottling Co 


J. L. Perkins 


1290 


do 


- do 


Cotton Belt Mfg. Co 


A. C. Shore- 


1291 


do 


. do 


G. R. Dixon 




1292 


..-do 

do 


__..do 

....do 






1293 


Nash Brick Co 




1294 


do 


...do 






1295 


....do 

do 


....do 

..do 






1296 


Southern Cotton Oil Co 


C. G. Wilson 


1297 


do 


. do 




W. L. Groom 


1298 


do 


_._.do 




J. H. Ward, Sr 


1299 


do 


do 






1300 


do 


Sharpsburg 

Spring Hope 

do 


M. A. Batchelor & Bro. 




1301 


do 






1302 


do 




W. D. Lamm, Mgr.. 


1303 


do 




J. T. May & Bros 




1304 


do 


do 




Guy 1. Buell 


1305 


do 


do . 






1306 


do 


do . 


M. H. Privett 




1307 


New Hanover. 


Castle Hayne 


Stevens & Co 


S. V. Stevens, Mgr.. 



Miscellaneous Factories 



165 



Continued 



Secretary 



Articles Manufactured 



t. o ~ 

5Sm 



Capital 

Stock 



J. C. Hurley 

Ben T. Wade 

W. H. Blue 

H. W. Doub 

D. Al. Blue 

VV. D. Brower 

R. B. Reynolds, Owner 

and Manager 

I. C. Sledge 

W. S. Williams 

T. L. Bland... 

W.'E. Spruce, Mgr 

E. I. Fleming 

J. T. Crayton 

T. W. Coleman, Mgr.... 

R. C. Brake 

F. L. Palmer 

S. T. Anderson 

J. H. Ward, Jr 

W. G. Williams, Jr., Mgr 

G. G. Coulbourn 

W. I. Reed, Asst. Sec 



Yellow pine lumber 

Newspaper and commercial printing 

Rough lumber 

Lumber ; electricity 

Shirts and outing garments 

Flour, meal, and feed 

Rough lumber and cross-ties 

Crates, boxes, etc. 

Soft drinks 

Lumber 

Corn mills and mill supplies. 

Lumber " 

Grinding grain and ginning cotton.. 

Job printing 

Pine and oak lumber 

Rough lumber 



1915 



3,000 
48,000 



1913 
1921 
1919 
1913 
1910 
1898 
1918 
1914 
1917 
1921 
1919 



14,000 
3,500 
39,500 
15,000 
400 
5,000 



3,400 

10,000 

2,500 

900 



Flour and meal 

Lumber 

Violins 

Lumber, shingles; flour and meal 

Lumber 

Shingles 

Lumber (custom sawing) 

Cotton-seed products 

Lumber 

Lumber; corn meal 

Flour and meal; ginning cotton 

Ginning cotton, and lumber 

Newspaper; job printing 

Lumber 

Laundering 

Sash, doors, blinds, etc 

Building material 

Soda water and Coca-Cola 

Mattresses and pillows 

Tobacco flues and tinware repaired 

Flues and tin work 

Building brick 

Bread, pies and cakes 

Electricity 

Cotton-seed products and fertilizers 

Building material 

Rough lumber 

Lumber 

Gin cotton 

Lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Lumber 

Lumber 

Rough and dressed lumber, mantels, doors, win- 
dows, etc 

Lumber 



1913 



2,500 



1902 



25,000 



1897 
1920 
1908 
1895 
1917 
1916 
1916 
1920 
1912 
1912 
1875 
1900 
1918 
1919 
1898 
1901 
1896 
1919 
1918 



5,000 

124,000 

700 



8,000 
30,000 



35,900 

50,000 

500 



60,000 
12,000 



10,000,000 
300,000 



1919 
1900 
1906 
1919 

1912 



550 

15,000 

312,000 



10,400 



1256 
1257 
1258 
1259 
1260 
1261 
1262 
1263 
1264 
1265 
1266 
1267 
1268 
1269 
1270 
1271 

1272 
1273 
1274 
1275 
1276 
1277 
1278 
1279 
1280 
1281 
1282 
1283 
1284 
1285 
1286 
1287 
1288 
1289 
1290 
1291 
1292 
1293 
1294 
1295 
1296 
1297 
1298 
1299 
1300 
1301 
1302 
1303 
1304 
1305 

1306 

1307 



166 



jSTorth Carolina Industrial Statistics 



Table No. 1— 



No. 



1308 
1309 
1310 
1311 
1312 
1313 

1314 
1315 
1316 
1317 
1318 
1319 
1320 
1321 
1322 
1323 
1324 
1325 
1326 
1327 
1328 
1329 
1330 
1331 
1332 
1333 

1334 
1335 
1330 
1337 
1338 
1339 
1340 
1341 
1342 
1343 
1344 

1345 
1346 
1347 

1348 
1349 
1350 
1351 
1352 
1353 
1354 
1355 
1356 
1357 
1358 



County 



New Hanover. 

....do 

—do 

.—do 

—do 

—do 



-do... 
.do... 

-do... 
-do... 
.do... 

.do... 
.do... 
.do... 
.do... 

.do... 
.do... 
.do... 
.do... 
-do... 
.do... 
.do... 
-do... 
.do... 
.do... 
.do... 



-...do 

....do 

....do 

...-do 

.--.do 

-...do 

-...do 

...-do 

...-do 

...do 

---do _ 



....do. 
.do. 
.do. 



Postoffice 



Wilmington. 

.-..do 

—do 

....do. 

..._do 

—do 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
-do. 
.do. 
.do. 
-do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
-do. 
-do. 
.do. 
.do. 



.do. 

.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



.-..do.. 

.--.do 

....do 

Northampton. 

.--.do.. 

—do 

—do 

Onslow 

—do 

—do 

...do 



....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
...-do. 
....do. 
—do. 
.—do. 
—do. 
-...do.. 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



—do 

...do :. 

—do 

Jackson 

Rich Square. 

Stancell 

Woodland 

Hubert 

Kellum 

Jacksonville, 
.--do 



Factory 



The Amer. Agri. Chemical Co 

Astyptodyne Chemical Co 

Atlantic Paint and Varnish Works.. 

Boney & Harper Milling Co.. 

C. S. Burnett's Tire Station... 

Capps-GrifEth Co 



Carolina Cut Stone Co 

Carolina Printing and Stamp Co. 

Cement Products Co 

City Laundry Co 

Commercial Printing Co 

Dickinson Steam Dye Works 

Electric Bottling Co., Inc 

Eureka Dye Works 

The Fisheries Products Co 

E. W. Godwin & Sons 

Hanover Iron Works 

Harriss Ptg. and Advertising Co... 

Independent Ice Co 

Jackson & Bell Co 

N. B. Josey Guano Co 

W. W. Koch Shingle Mill 

Lingo Metal Works 

E. L. Mathews & Co 

Meier & O'Neal 

Navassa Guano Co 



President 



Rob. R. Bellamy.... 

Milton Calda 

Mrs. J. M. Newbold 



New-Way Mattress Co. 

Pearsall & Co 

Prest-O-Lite Service Station 

Review Job Office 

Royal Bakery 

Saturday Record 

Southern Box and Lumber Co 

Spirittine Chemical Co 

Standard Cement Construction Co. 

Tidewater Power Co 

Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co. 

( Almont Factory) 

White Chemical Co 

Willard Bag and Mfg. Co 

Wilmington Coca-Cola Bottling 

Works, Inc 

Wilmington Cooperage Co 

Wilmington Iron Works, Inc 

Wilmington Printing Co 

Northampton Printing Co 

Elliott's Sawmill 

Hamill & Shaw Mill* 

John H. Lassiter 

I. N. Henderson's Mill. 

Grimsley & Bullock Co 

Jacksonville Lumber Co 

N. H. Rhodes 



Jno. B. Griffith, Owr. 

K. J. Niggel 

G. C. Lewis 

G. E. Kidder 

J. H. Hinton... 

C. H. Holton, Owr. 
T.C.Dickinson, Owr. 

G. H. Hutaff 

C. D. Myers, Mgr... 

T. H. Hayes... 

E. W. Godwin, Jr... 

Horace King _ 

Meares Harriss 

W. E. Perdew 

Benjamin Bell.. 

N. B. Josey. 

W. W. Koch, Owr.... 
T. D. Love, Owr.... 
E. L. Mathews 



E. T. Taylor. 



Oscar Pearsall 

J. W. Nuyland.Prop. 



G. Colucci 

Louis Hanson 

G.A. P. Bowman... 
A. E. Fitkin.. 



C. G. Wilson.. 
J. S. White*—. 
E. P. Willard. 



G. H. Hutaff 

Charles H. Keys 

G. E. Kidder. 

Jos. W. Little 

W. W. Edwards, Mgr. 
S. E. Elliott, Owner 
J. A. Shaw, Mgr 



C. L. Ives 

F. E. Willson. 



•Idle twelve months. 



Miscellaneous Factories 



167 



Continued 



Secretary 



S. L. Boyd, Mgr. 

T. S. Melvin 

P. W. Davis 

A. C. Boney 

R. S. Burnett 



J. H. Niggel... 
L. T. Landen.. 
Milton Calder. 
J. O. Hinton.. 



Mrs. T. C. HutafT. 



E. P. Godwin. 



H. C. Bear.... 
J. W. Jackson. 
R. B. Josey 



George Sloan. 



R. S. Thorpe, Mgr. 
Horace Pearsall 



William L. Fox, Mgr. 
George W. Cameron.. 

Theresa Colucci 

Henry Heyer 

J. D. Walker, Jr 

T. B. Willard 

S. D. Crenshaw 



R. L. Chasten. 
H. M. Newlin. 



W. J. HutafT 

Chester L. Fisher. 
E. Z. King 



E. P. Bullock.. 
S. S. Ambrose. 



Articles Manufactured 



Sulphuric acid, acid phosphate and fertilizer _ 

Astyptodyne and allied preparations 

Paints 

Corn meal and grits 

Repair work 

Ventilators, blow pipe, sheet metal, plumbing and 

heating.. 

Cut stone 

Job printing and rubber stamps 

Concrete products, septic tanks, culvert pipe, etc... 

Laundry 

Reprint work 

Cleaning and dyeing 

Soft drinks 

Dyers and cleaners 

Fish oil, scrap and fertilizer 

Basket bottoms, crating, boxes and lumber 

Sheet metal, blow pipe and roofing 

Commercial ptg., lithographing and rubber stamps 
Ice 



Commercial and railroad printing 

Fertilizer 

Cypress lumber and shingles 

Machinery repairing 

Candy and confections.. 

Monuments and headstones 

Commercial fertilizers, acid phosphate and sul- 
phuric acid 

Mattresses 

Fertilizers 

Recharging batteries and repairing _. 

Job printing 

Bakery products 

Publish newspaper and job printing 

Veneers and panels 

Creosote, pine oils 

Cement products 

Electricity and gas; street railways 

Commercial fertilizers, acid phosphate and sul- 
phuric acid 

Apinol (bottled) 

Burlap bags 



Soft drinks •_ 

Slack barrel heads 

Jobbing shop, iron and brass castings, tanks, etc. 

Tariff and commercial printing 

Newspaper and job printing 

Lumber 

Rough lumber 

Building material 

Corn meal, lumber and ginning cotton 

Gin cotton 

Lumber 

Lumber 



- £ r - 

t: a a 



1911 
1911 
1910 
1886 
1914 

1910 
1906 
1917 
1914 
1907 
1912 



Capital 
Stock 



$ 15,000 
28,500 

16,800 
50,000 



2,000 

7,000 

75,000 

50,000 



1916 
1911 

1918 



1900 
1917 
1902 
1897 
1915 
1902 
1916 
1909 
1911 

1869 
1916 



1920 
1889 
1913 
1915 
1917 
1878 
1916 
1907 

1893 
1915 
1921 

1909 
1909 
1859 



1917 
1902 



1913 
1905 
1916 
1909 



10,000,000 
50,000 



6,700 

200,000 

12,000 

200,000 



10,000 
25,000 



200,000 
25,000 
100,000 



50,000 
20,000 



1,505,000 

48,000,000 
11,800 
20,000 

25,000 
15,000 
45,000 
62,300 



1,000 



5,000 
50,000 
15,000 



No. 



1308 
1309 
1310 
1311 
1312 

1313 
1314 
1315 
1316 
1317 
1318 
1319 
1320 
1321 
1322 
1323 
1324 
1325 
1326 
1327 
1328 
1329 
1330 
1331 
1332 

1333 
1334 
1335 
1336 
1337 
1338 
1339 
1340 
1341 
1342 
1343 

1344 
1345 
1346 

1347 
1348 
1349 
1350 
1351 
1352 
1353 
1354 
1355 
1356 
1357 
1358 



168 



North Carolina Industrial Statistics 



Table No. 1— 



1359 
1360 
1361 
1362 
1363 
1364 
1365 
1366 
1367 
1368 
1369 
1370 
1371 
1372 
1373 
1374 
1375 
1376 
1377 
1378 
1379 
1380 
1381 
1382 

1383 
1384 
1385 
1386 
1387 
1388 
1389 
1390 
1391 
1392 
1393 

1394 
1395 
1386 
1397 
1398 
1399 
1400 
1101 
1402 
1403 
1404 
1405 
1406 
1407 
1408 
1409 
1410 



County 



Onslow 

...do 

....do 

...do. 

....do 

Orange 

....do 

...do 

....do 

....dp 

....do.— 

...do 

....do 

Pamlico 

...do 

...do 

....do. 

.—do— 

...do 

Pasquotank.. 

...do 

...do 

...do.. 

.—do 



.do— 
.do... 
.do... 
.do— 

.do... 
.do... 
.do... 
.do... 
.do... 
.do— 
.do... 



.—do 

....do 

Pender 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

Perquimans. 

...do 

...do 

...do 

Person __ 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 



I'usl cilliri' 



Jacksonville 

Jacksonville, RFD 

Maysville _. 

Richlands 

Swansboro 

Chapel Hill 

Efland 

...do 

Ilillsboro. 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

Arapahoe. 

...do 

Grantsboro 

Oriental 

...do 

Reelsboro 

Elizabeth City 

...do 

—do 

...do 

...do 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 

.do. 
.do. 

.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



Elizabeth City ,R.l 

Elizabeth City 

Atkinson 

Burgaw— -. 

....do 

....do 

...do 

Hertford 

....do 

....do 

Woodville 

Hurdle Mills 

Moriah 

Roxboro 

...do 

...do 

Timberlake 



Factory 



Sabiston Brothers 

E. H. Walton's Cotton Gin 

Grants Creek Lumber Co _. 

Brock Sawmill and Grist Mill 

Orin and C. E. Weeks 

Strowd Motor Co 

J. J. Brown.. 

Efland Milling Co 

Bivins Tobacco Basket Factory 

Hillsboro Coca-Cola Bottling Co 

Hillsboro Ice Co 

J. M. Lloyd 

Wal ker Bros 

Eric Lee 

W. R. Reel & Bros 

Grantsboro Milling Co.. 

The McCabe-Dodd Co 

Oriental Concrete Works 

F. H. Reel & Co 

Albemarle Laundry... 

Cartwright Bakery 

T. A. Commander & Son 

The Elizabeth City Buggy Co 

Elizabeth City Iron Works and 

Supply Co 

Elizabeth City Ship Yard Co. 

Foreman-Blades Lumber Co 

Foreman-Derrickson Veneer Co 

G. F. Horner 

T. B. Heyman Shipbuilding Co 

The Independent , 

Kramer Bros. Co 

Munder & Alexander 

Pailines Marine Ry 

Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co 

W. H. Weatherly & Co 



Weeksville Ginning Co 

Zimmerman & Co 

Alf. Woodard Lumber Co. 

Burgaw Gin Co 

S. C. Carr. 

Garysburg Mfg. Co.. _ 

O. L. Thompson 

Hertford Herald 

Major & Loomis Co 

Wm. F. Umphlett Co 

W. S. Morris & Bro 

M. H. Garrett's Roller Mil 

Harris Roller Mill 

City Ice Co 

W. J. Huff 

Roxboro Bottling Works... 
J. G. Cloman 



President 



M. D. Sabiston, Mgr. 



I. M. L. Brock, Owr. 
Bruce Strowd, Owr. 



John L. Efland, Owr. 
C. A. Bivins, Prt Owr 



R. H. Ward, Mgr.... 
W. H. Walker, Mgr.. 



M. D. Eastwood 

L. F. MeCabe 

Charles Lewis, Prop. 

F. H. Reel, Mgr 

Larry E. Skinner, Or. 
J. Q. Cartwright, Or. 



J. Q. A. Wood. 



Brad Sanders 

Robert B. Cotter. 

J. W. Foreman 

W. B. Foreman.... 



W. O. Saunders, Owr. 
J. H. Kramer 



W. P. Skinner, Mgr. 
J. R. Bowden, Owr.. 



W. J. Saunders... 
W.B. Zimmerman. 

Alf. Woodard 

G. W. D. Croom. 



W. B. McNeal. 



Geo. E. Major. 



J. F. Harris, Owr — 
M. R. Long 



O.B.McBroom, Owr. 



Miscellaneous Factories 



169 



Continued 



Secretary 



Articles Manufactured 



— x 

^ a 

o C 

g i • 

5 - f. 
ftg g 

J3 =S 



Capital 
Stock 



No. 



D. F. Riggs.— _. 

O. S. Robertson, Mgr 
J. L. McCotter 

R. T. Venters 

H. W. Sanders 

Robert M. Cotter 

L. C. Blades 

R. E. Chesson 

F. K. Kramer 

W. H. Weatherly, St., 
Partner 

S. M. Brothers 

Mrs. Mollie Woodard. 

H. W. Phillips 

Thos. J. Nixon, Jr 

J. A. Long 



Gin cotton 

Rough lumber and ginning cotton 

Lumber and corn meal 

Lumber, meal, brick, plow beams, ginning cotton. 

Rough lumber 

Ford dealer and repairing 

Rough lumber 

Flour, meal and feed. 

Tobacco baskets 

Coca-Cola and soda water 

Ice 



1904 



1918 
1910 
1919 
1913 



1899 
1918 
1920 
1922 



Lumber 

Flour, meal and feed 

Cooperage and lumber 

Gin cotton and saw lumber 

Lumber and cotton ginning 

Lumber and cotton ginning 

Concrete drain tile 

Lumber and gin cotton 

Laundry work 

Bread and cakes 

Building material, boxes and barrels. 
Buggies, wagons, and repair work 



1917 
1889 
1915 
1920 
1907 
1908 



General repairers of machinery 

Building and repairing wooden and iron vessels. 

Lumber 

Barrels, hamper baskets, crates, etc 

Bottling sodas 

Boats 



Newspaper and commercial printing. 

Lumber and millwork 

Awnings, tents and sails 

Boat repair... 

Bottled goods 



1900 
1910 

1885 



1908 
1917 
1906 
1912 
1917 
1903 
1908 
1917 
1921 
1880 
1912 



Candy 

Rough lumber and ginning cotton. 

Flour and meal 

Lumber 

Gin cotton 

Pine boards 

Lumber. _. 

Rough lumber 

Newspaper and general printing 

Lumber 

Lumber and ginning cotton 

Lumber 

Flour, meal and shipstuff 

Corn meal and flour 

Ice 



1908 
1902 
1919 
1900 
1906 
1894 
1918 
1918 
1903 



Lumber 

Soft drinks. 
Lumber 



1914 
1918 
1912 
1909 



10,000 
5,950 
1,700 
6,000 
175,000 
40,000 
2,000 



12,500 



6,000 
500 



40 



32,000 
100,000 
150,000 

60,000 
1,000 



100,000 



100,000 
20,000 
5,000 
7,000 



10,000 
2,500 



60,000 
1,000 
7,700 



100 

5,800 

800 



1918 



1359 
1360 
1361 
1362 
1363 
1364 
1365 
1366 
1367 
1368 
1369 
1370 
1371 
1372 
1373 
1374 
1375 
1376 
1377 
1378 
1379 
1380 
1381 

1382 
1383 
1384 
1385 
1386 
1387 
1388 
1389 
1390 
1391 
1392 

1393 
1394 
1395 
1396 
1397 
1398 
1399 
1400 
1401 
1402 
1403 
1404 
1405 
1406 
1407 
1408 
1409 
1410 



170 



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Table No. 1 — 



1411 
1412 
1413 
1414 
1415 
1416 

1417 
1418 
1419 
1420 
1421 
1422 
1423 
1424 
1425 
1426 
1427 
1428 
1429 
1430 
1431 
1432 
1433 
1434 
1435 
1436 
1437 
1438 
1439 
1440 
1441 
1442 
1443 
1444 
1445 
1446 
1447 
1448 
1449 
1450 
1451 
1452 
1453 
1454 
1455 
1456 
1457 
1458 
1459 

1460 
1461 
1462 



County 



Person. 
...do- 
Pitt 

...do... 
...do— 
...do— 



do__ 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

_.._do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

Polk. 

....do 

....do 

Randolph. 

....do 

-...do 

do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

__..do 

....do. 

__._do 

....do 

....do 



do 
.do. 
.do. 



Postoffice 



Timbcrlake. 
Woodsdale.. 

Ayden 

...do 

...do... 

...do 



Bellarthur. 

Bethel 

Chicod 

...do 

...do 

Farmville.. 

...do 

Greenville. 

....do 

...do 

....do 



...do 

...do 

....do 

...do 

...do 

....do 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



....do 

Grifton 

Littlefield 

Pactolus 

....do 

Whichard 

Tryon 

....do 

Uree 

Ashboro 

....do 

....do. 

....do 

....do . 

....do 

....do 

Caraway, R. F. D 

Coleridge 

Denton 

Eleazer 

....do 

Farmer 

Franklinville 



Fullers.. 

....do 

High Point, R. 3. 



Factory 



Geo. H. Hauser Co 

Mayo Saw and Planing Mill 

Ayden Free Will Baptist Ptg. Co. 

Sure Shot Remedy Co 

Tripp Bros. Garage 

Wort hington Bros 



J. A. Mathews.. 

W. J. Gardner & Son 

Galloway's Mill 

J. C. Smith 

Smith's Lumber Mill 

Farmville Oil and Fertilizer Co.. 

W. R. Laster 

Cherry Blossom Bottling Co 

Coca-Cola Bottling Works 

J. M. Cox 

W. H. Dail, Jr 

Dees Monument Works 

Export Leaf Tobacco Co 

E. B. Ficklen Tobacco Co., Inc.. 
The John Flanagan Buggy Co... 

Garris-Evans Lumber Co 

Greenville Ice and Coal Co 

J. J. Jenkins 

D. D. Overton.. 

Peoples Bakery 

The Pitt Lumber Co 

H. R. Wetherington 

G. C. Garris . 

Joshua Crandal 

G. W. Waters 

L. R. Whichard 

Polk County News 

Southern Mercerizing Co 

Searcy & Searcy 

Ashboro Coffin and Casket Co.. 

Ashboro Roller Mills 

Home Building and Mantel Co.. 

Elmer Rich 

Routh's Roller Mill 

Southern Crown Milling Co 

W. C. York Candy Co 

Parrish Milling Co 

Coleridge Mfg. Co. 

Thompson Sawmill. 

W. E. Carter 

Carter-Shaw Co 

Farmer Roller Mills 

Franklinville Roller Mills 



Pierce's Grist Mill _. 

A. W. Yount's Sawmill. 
Earl Bryan's Sawmill... 



President 



B. B. Holmun. 



M. C. Presrott 

S. M. Edwards.... 

N. C. Tripp, Part. 

Geo. Worthington, 

Partner.. 



W. L. Smith, Owr. 
J. I. Morgan 



J. L. Perkins 

Z. V. Murphrcy. 



R. C. Harrison. 
E. B. Ficklen.. 



Partnership 

J. W. Hines, Sr. 



F. J. Diener, Prop. 
R. J. Cobb 



F. P. Bacon. 



Arthur Ross. 
G. W. Berry. 
J. D. Ross... 



O. E. Routh, Miller. 

C. J. Cox 

W. C.York 



S. A. Thompson, Mgr 



J. R. Hammond, Mgr 
Franklinville Mfg. 

Co., Owners 

G. A. Pierce, Owner. 



Miscellaneous Factories 



171 



Continued 



Secretary 



George H. Hauser.. 
A. J. Crutchfield... 
C. K. Dunn, Treas 
W. M. McKInney... 

C. S. Carr 

T. F. Fleming 

J. E. Dees 

W. W. Cheek 

F. W. Brown.. 

C. W. Harvey 

A. R. House 

Wm. Searcy 

L. F. Ross 

W. J. Scarboro 

Arthur Ross 

W. F. Redding 

E. E. Sykes 

J. A. Brower 



Articles Manufactured 



Lumber 

Bough and dressed lumber; corn meal. 

Fublishing and printing.. 

Stock remedies 

General repair work 



Flues 

Corn meal 

Brick 

Corn meal 

Gin cotton, saw lumber and grind corn. 

Rough lumber 

Cotton-seed products and fertilizers 

Repairs. 

Bottled beverages 

Coca-Cola and soda water 

Rough lumber. 

Common brick 

Monuments... 

Rehandling leaf tobacco 

Tobacco redried and stemmed 

Buggies and carriages... 

Lumber yard 

Ice 



Tobacco flues 

Hogshead material and hogsheads 

Bread and pies 

Sash, doors, ceiling, etc 

Repair shop 

Rough lumber 

Corn meal 

Tobacco trucks 

Lumber, corn meal, and ginning cotton. 

Newspaper and job printing 

Mercerized cotton yarns 

Rough lumber 

Caskets 

Flour, meal, and feedstuff 

Building material 

Brick 

Flour and corn meal 

Flour, meal, feed 

Ice-cream and candy.. 

Flour, feed, meal 

Bent chair stock 

Lumber 

Lumber 

Flour and meal 

Flour, meal, and feed 



1918 
1889 
1914 
1917 
1919 



Flour, feed, and meal. 
Flour, meal, and feed. 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 



1895 
1910 



Capital 
Stock 



S 8,000 



7,000 
1,200 
4,000 



1922 



1900 
1907 



1912 
1913 
1866 
1920 
1911 



1907 
1922 
1915 
1917 



1917 

1920 



1912 
1916 
1919 
1891 
1904 
1915 



1913 
1921 



1911 
1911 



1915 
1908 



1911 
1918 
1920 



125,100 
5,100 



5,200 

,000,000 

14,100 



8,000 
10,500 
10,000 

2,500 
22,000 



1,650 

300 

20,000 



2,000 



13,800 
13,000 



25,000 
4,000 
3,000 
8,500 
5,000 



7,500 
4,000 



100 



No. 



1411 
1412 
1413 
1414 
1415 

1416 
1417 
1418 
1419 
1420 
1421 
1422 
1423 
1424 
1425 
1426 
1427 
1428 
1429 
1430 
1431 
1432 
1433 
1434 
1435 
1436 
1437 
1438 
1439 
1440 
1441 
1442 
1443 
1444 
1445 
1446 
1447 
1448 
1449 
1450 
1451 
1452 
1453 
1454 
1455 
1456 
1457 
1458 

1459 
1460 

1461 
1462 



172 



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Table No. 1- 



No. 



1463 
1464 
1465 

1466 
1467 
1468 
1469 

1470 
1471 

1472 
1473 
1474 
1475 
1476 
1477 
1478 
1479 
1480 
1481 
1482 
1483 
1484 
1485 
1486 
1487 
1488 

1489 
1490 
1491 
1492 
1493 
1494 
1495 
1496 
1497 
1498 

1499 
1500 
1501 
1502 
1503 
1504 
1505 
1506 
1507 
1508 
1509 
1510 
1511 
1512 
1513 



County 



Post office 



Factory 



President 



Randolph. 



...do„. 
...do... 
...do— 
...do... 
...do... 
... do— 
...do— 



....do 

-...do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

..._do 

....do 

....do 

Richmond. 

....do 

....do - 

...-do 



...do. 
...do. 
... do. 
...do. 
...do. 
...do. 
...do. 
...do. 
... do. 
...do. 



....do..... 

Robeson. 
....do.... 
....do— . 
....do..- 
—do... . 
....do.... 
....do.... 
....do.... 
.... do.... 
.... do— 
....do— 
.... do— 
.... do— 
....de- 



Liberty 

...do. 

...do 

...do 

...do 

--.do - 

Mechanic 

Moffitt 

Pleasant Garden, 

R. 1 

Ramseur, R. 1 

Ramseur 

...do... 

Randleman 

...do 

Seagrove 

— do 

...do 

Sophia.. 

Staley 

Strieby 

Thomasville, R. 4. 

Trinity 

Hamlet 

....do 

...do 

—do 



—do 

....do ---. 

...do 

Mount Gilead_ 

Norman 

....do 

Osborne 

Rockingham.. 

....do 

—do 



—do 

Fairmont 

Lumber Bridge .. 

Lumberton, R. 3. 

Lumberton 

—do 

—do - 

—do 

—do— 

—do 

....do 

Maxton 

—do 

....do 

Parkton 



B. J. Gregson 

Home Lumber Co 

Liberty Brick Co 

Liberty Broom Works . 

Liberty Milling Co.. 

Liberty. Picker Stick and Nov. Co. 

Uwharrie Burr Mills 

Richland Roller Mills 



.las. H. Johnson 

Jas. H. Johnson 

J. H. Johnson 

H. B. Reitzeel, Mgr.. 

J. G. Coward 

Victor Parker 



Newman Brothers 

Mill Creek Roller Mills 

Ramseur Broom Works 

Ramseur Milling Co 

Coca-Cola Bottling Co 

Deep River Mfg. Co 

Frank Auman 

M. Farlow 

Seagrove Mill and Store Co.. 

York Milling Co 

W. M. Wright's Sawmill 

Davis & Smitherman 

Uwharrie Roller Mill 

H. A. Pierce's Sawmill 

Adams & Graham 

W. R. Bonsai Compress Co._ 

Buttercup Ice Cream Co 

Carolina Construction Co.... 



H. L. Newman, Mgr. 
J. H. Hodgin, Mgr.. 



I. F. Craven 

E.E.Routh, Miller. 



Clarkson York. 



A. W. Fuller, Owner. 



Crown Carbonating Co 

Hamlet Chero-Cola Bot. Co 

Hamlet Ice Co 

D. S. Dennis 

J. A. Allred Mill .'— . 

W. J. Crawford 

G. M. Coggin 

Cox & Cox 

Dockery Mercantile and Mfg. Co.— 
The Post-Dispatch 



R. M. Adams, Mgr.. 

W. R. Bonsai. 

L. A. Corning.. 

R. H. Halyburton, 

Owner 

J. P. Gibbons, Owr.. 
F. H.Walker, Mgr... 
Chas. E. Johnson... 



Whistle Bottling Co 

Beaufort County Lumber Co 

N. S. Toler 

W. R. Atkinson's Mill 

Chero-Cola Bottling Co 

Freeman Printing Co. 

M. A. Geddie's Mills.. 

Lumberton Coca-Cola Bot. Co. , Inc 

Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co 

The Robesonian 

Robeson Mfg. Co 

Barber-Paschal Lumber Co 

Maxton Ice Co 

Maxton Mfg. Co 

Parkton Mattress Co 



J. M. Dockery 

Isaac S. London, Ed- 
itor and Owner . . . 
J. A. Porter, Owner. 
G. B. Robertson 



J. H. Wolcott, Mgr.. 
Ed. B. Freeman, Mgr 
M. E. Geddie, Owner 

J. C. Hutaff 

R. E. Rogers 

J. A. Sharpe... 

Z. V. Pate 

T. O. Evans 

E. E. Chandler 

J. G. Kincaid 

John P. Watts, Prop. 



Miscellaneous Factories 



173 



Continued 



Secretary 



Articles Manufactured 



V c c 



Capital 
Stock 



No. 



Thos. A. Johnson. 

E. C. Williamson.. 
J. C. Luther 

J. A. Martin 

F. P. Stout, Miller 

A. H. Thomas 

W. R. Craven 

J. W. York 

S. O. Banersfield.. 

T. M. Rose, Mgr... 

W. A. Williams. -._ 
W. P. Jackson 

C. H. Hutaff 

J. E. Rogers ._ 

John S. MacNeilL. 

Geo. B. Hall 

J. J. Barrow 

W. H. Hasty 



Rough lumber 

Building material 

Brick 

Brooms 

Flour, meal, and feed— . 
Picker sticks and chairs. 
Flour, meal, and feed— . 
Flour, meal, and feed... 



1912 
1919 
1918 
1899 
1910 



Flour, meal, and feed... 

Flour, meal, and feed 

Brooms 

Flour, meal, and feed 

Coca-Cola and soda water 

Flour, meal, and feed 

Roofers; building material 

Lumber and corn meal 

General milling 

Flour, meal, and feed 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Flour, meal, and feed 

Rough lumber 

Lumber, building material, etc. 

Gravel milling 

Ice-cream 



1895 
1913 



1920 
1922 
1897 
1913 



1912 
1917 
1884 



General contracting 

Soft drinks 

Carbonated beverages 

Ice 

Rough lumber 

Rough and dressed lumber . 

Rough lumber 

Dressed lumber 

Lumber 

Ice and fertilizer 



1906 
1915 
1920 

1919 
1903 



1902 



1911 
1912 



Newspaper; job printing 

Whistle and other soft drinks 

Logging 

Lumber 

Dressed lumber 

Chero-Cola and sodas 

Commercial printing 

Ice; lumber; gin cotton 

Soft drinks 

Pepsi-Cola and sodas 

Newspaper and job printing 

Cotton-seed products, fertilizers . 

Lumber 

Ice 



1920 



1917 
1918 



1914 
1920 
1896 



Poplar and gum veneer- 
Mattresses 



1920 
1870 
1904 
1912 
1920 
1922 
1909 



6,000 
15,000 
20,000 

5,000 
14,550 



,000 



2,000 
10,000 



2,000 
20,000 
10,000 

8,000 



1,000 



10,000 
1,500 



200,000 
100,000 



25,000 
14,000 



100,000 
500,000 



25,000 
6,412 



6,000 
120,000 



400 
12,000 
10,000 



10,000 
5,000 

3,800 
100,000 
10,000 



10,000 



1463 
1464 
1465 
1466 

1467 
1468 
1469 
1470 

1471 
1472 
1473 
1474 
1475 
1476 
1477 
1478 
1479 
1480 
1481 
14S2 
1483 
1484 
1485 
1486 
1487 

1488 
1489 
1490 
1491 
1492 
1493 
1494 
1495 
1496 
1497 

1498 
1499 
1500 
1501 
1502 
1503 
1504 
1505 
1506 
1507 
1508 
1509 
1510 
1511 
1512 
1513 



174 



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Table No. 1 — 



No. 



1514 
1515 
1516 

1517 

1518 
1519 
1520 
1521 
1522 
1523 
1521 
1525 
1526 
1527 
1528 

1529 
1530 
1531 
1532 
1533 

1534 
1535 
1536 
1537 
1538 
1539 
1540 
1541 
1542 
1543 
1544 
1545 
1546 
1547 
1548 
1549 
1550 
1551 
1552 
1553 
1554 
1555 
1556 
1557 
1558 
1559 
1560 
1561 
1562 
1563 



County 



Robeson 

...do 

...do 

Rockingham. . 



.do. 

.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 

.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



.do. 



Post office 



Proctorville. 

Rowland 

St. Pauls.... 
Leaksville... 



...do.... 
...do.... 
...do.... 



...do 

...do 

...do 

Madison .. 
....do 

....do 

...do 

Mayodan. 

Randolph. 
Rcidsville. 
....do 



.do. 
.do. 



...do 

...do..- 

_..do _-. 

...do .-.. 

...do 

...do... 

Rowan 

...do 

._-.do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

.-._do. 

..._do 

....do 

....do 

....do. 

_._.do 

...-do 

....do..- 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 



...do 

...do 

Ruffin 

Stacey 

Stoneville 

.-.do 

China Grove 

Cleveland 

...do 

...do 

Granite Quarry. 

....do 

.—do 

Gold Hili, R. 2.. 

Gold Hill 

Landis 

....do 

Mount Ulla 

Rockwell... 

..._do 

Salisbury 

....do. 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 



.do 

.do 

.do. 

_do 



Factory 



Reaves Mfg. Co._ 

Rowland Oil Co 

St. Pauls Novelty Works. 
Coca-Cola Bottling Co.... 



Gazette Printing Co 

J. H. Hampton Buggy Co 

J. N. Hopper Construction Co. 

Leaksville Motor Co 

Li bert y Mills 

Smith Ice Cream Co 

Gem Dandy Garter Co 

Madison Pepsi-Cola Bot. Works 



President 



C. M. Reaves 

G. M. Pate 

R. B. Humphrey 

N. H. Hazlewood, 

Prop 

F. M. Flinn 

D. F. King.. 

.1. R. Perdue 

T. E. Williams. Owr. 



R. T. Smith, Owner. 
G. Penn 

Nat. M.Pickett, Owr 



Rockingham Auto Co _ .. 


Or. J. A. Roach 


F. C. Maxwell 


and Manager 


American Products Corporation 


R. R. Stone 

W. H. Bolyn, Owner. 










Rcidsville Concrete Constr. Co 


M. S. Wooten 


Ruffin Roller Mill 








J. M. Leath 




W. 1. Stanford 




China Grove Roller Mills 


M. M. Ketchie 

T. J. Beck 


Cleveland Mfg. Co 


W. F. Thompson, Or. 


Clyde C. McLaughlin 








Balfour Plant 








W. J. Cline 














J. P. Linn 


Mount Ulla Flour Mills 


J. C. Sherrill, Owner. 




C. L. Miller 


J. H. Sider 




Arey Brick and Lumber Co., Inc 

Carolina Beverage Corporation... . 


N. G. Arey 

S. F. Harris 

Wm. H. Stewart, Ow 










Cobb-Mack Candy Co 


A H. Cobb, Partner 


The Graf-Davis-Collett Co 

Haden's Tire Service . 

Harris Granite Quarries Co 


A. H. Graf 

J. X. Haden, Owner. 
C. S. Harris 





'Same as last report. fNew plant. 



Miscellaneous Factories 



175 



Continued 



Secretary 



Articles Manufactured 



Capital 
Stock 



No. 



M. A. Reaves 

J. N. Glover 

Carrie E. Murray 

W. W. Hampton 

A. L. Hopper 

H. J. Penn 

M. M. L. Roach 

E. L. Somers 

Mrs. J. W. Herbin, book 

keeper 

W. T. Wooten 

J. F. Cooper 

M. C. Everhart 

G. H. Corriher 

J. W. Peeler 

F. M. Tyack 

L. D. Peeler 

S. C. Redman 

N. W. Collett 

R. G. Hunt 



Brick and lumber 

Cotton-seed products; fertilizers- 
Novelty woodwork 



Soft drinks 

Job printing; publishing 

Buggies 

General contracting work and brick.. . 

General repairs 

Flour and meal 

Ice-cream 

Garters for men, women and children. 

Soft drinks 

Dressed lumber 

Auto repairs 



Coca-Cola and soft drinks.. 

Custom corn meal 

Soaps and shoe polish 

Harness made and repaired. 
Soft drinks 



1920 
1922 



1917 
1917 
1901 
1916 
1914 



Selling Ford cars, tractors and Lincolns 

Sewer pipe, brick, building blocks, etc 

Auto repairs 

Lumber; flour, meal, bran and shipstuff 

Crushed stone 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber .* 

Flour, feed, and meal 

Rough lumber 

Rotary-cut veneer 

Rough lumber 

Crushed st one 

Crushed stone 

Crushed stone 

Custom sawmill 

Rough lumber 

Building material 

Flour, meal, and feed 

Flour, feed, and meal.. 

Caskets 

Building material 

Building material 

Mint-Cola and Cheerwine syrups.. 

Newspapers and job printing 

Ice-cream 

Crushed stone 

Candy 

Building material 

Sash, doors, lumber, and general shop work 

Repairing automobile tires 

Monuments, building stone, paving blocks, Durax 
and curb crushed stone 



1919 
1921 
1919 
1919 
1912 

1907 
1914 
1919 
1913 
1905 



1907 
1909 



1895 
1919 
1905 
1920 



1900 
1910 



1901 
1912 
1922 
1917 
1832 
1921 



1920 



1909 
1913 



S 22,000 
100,000 



10,000 
18,100 
30,000 
10,000 



12,100 



12,000 
10,000 



58,000 

300 

20,000 



8,000 



4,000 
20,000 



1,200 



20,000 



24,000 
800 
28,000 
150,000 
5,000 
5,000 



60,000 
30,000 



202,000 



1514 
1515 
1516 

1517 
1518 
1519 
1520 
1521 
1522 
1523 
1524 
1525 
1526 
1527 

1528 
1529 
1530 
1531 
1532 

1533 
1534 
1535 
1536 
1537 
1538 
1539 
1540 
1541 
1542 
1543 
1544 
1545 
1546 
1547 
1548 
1549 
1550 
1551 
1552 
1553 
1554 
1555 
1556 
1557 
1558 
1559 
1560 
1561 
1562 

1563 



176 



oSForth Carolina Industrial Statistics 



Table No. 1 — 



No. 



1564 
1565 

1566 
1567 
1568 
1569 
1570 
1571 
1572 
1573 
1574 
1575 
1576 
1577 
1578 
1579 
1580 
1581 
1582 

1583 
1584 
1585 
1586 
1587 
1588 
1589 
1590 
1591 
1592 
1593 
1594 
1595 
1596 

1597 
1598 
1599 
1600 
1601 
1602 
1603 
1604 
1605 
1606 
1607 
1608 
1609 
1610 
1611 
1612 
1613 
1614 



County 



Rowan. 
...do... 



.do. 

.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



.do. 

.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



...do 

Rutherford. 

.... do 

....do.. 

_..do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

.-..do 

._-.do 

Sampson 

..._do 



...do... 
...do... 
...do— 
.._do... 
...do..- 
...do... 
... do— 
... do— 
_..do— 
... do— 
_..do— 
...do... 
...do... 
... do— 
...do— 
... do— 
... do... 
.-.do- 



Post office 



Salisbury. 
_._do 



--_do 

...do 

Salisbury, R. 2. 

Salisbury 

....do 

...do 

...do 

.—do 

...do 

....do— .- 

...do 

...do 



...do— 

.... do 

.... do— 
...do- 
Spencer. 



.do. 



Forest City 

Gilkey 

Ruth 

Rutherfordton. 

...do 

...do 

..'.do 

Spindale 

...do 

Union Mills 

...do... 

Autryville 

._-.do_ 



Clinton 

...do 

—do 

—do 

—do 

Cooper 

...do 

Garland 

..._do 

Hayne 

Ivanhoe 

Kerr 

Newton Grove... 

.--_do_ 

Orange 

Parkersburg 

Roseboro 

..__do 



Factory 



Holshouser Bros 

G. W. Isenhour & Sons. 



Ludwick Milling Co 

Mecklenburg Chero-Cola Bot. Co. 

A. M. Miller 

Mint-Cola Bottling Co 

New System Bakery.. 

Odell Vulcanizing Co 

Olympic Candy Co 

The Paul Rubber Co 

Peeler's Printery 

Rock Roller Mill 

The Salisbury Bakery 

Salisbury Granite Corporation 

Salisbury Laundry 

Taylor Mattress Co.. 

Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co 

R. W. Walker Lumber Co 

Southern Railway Co 



Spencer Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. 

Coca-Cola Bottling Co 

Warlick Lumber Co 

G. M. Haworth Lumber Co 

Frog Level Gin Co 

Southern Veneer Co 

The Sun Printing Co 

Yelton Milling Co... 

O. V. Allen 

Champion Lumber Co 

J. P. Guffey -Milling Co 

E.M.Hall 

L. J. Faircloth & Sons 

Strickland ifcChason 



President 



George H. Roger, 

Foreman 

T. A. Ludwick 

W. B. Taylor... 



L. D. Peeler, Prop.. 

H. E. Rufty 

W. C. Odell, Prop- 
Christ. Erneston, Or. 
M. W. McConnoll... 



W. A. Shuping, Owr. 

A. G. Peeler 

P. A. Wallenborn. .. 
A. S. Jones, Prop. .. 

W. E. Heilig 

C. G. Wilson 

R. W. Walker 

Fairfax Harrison 

L. T. Royal 



R. L. Ellis, Gen. Mgr 

A. A. Shuford 

G. M. Haworth, Owr 

T. L. McBrayer 

R. P. Scruggs 

K. S. Tanner 

G. B. Yelton. Mgr... 



J. P. Guffey, Miller. 



Ball's Sawmill 

McCullen's Mill 

Wm. Peterson's Cotton Gin. 

Sampson Power Co 

Tart Sawmill 

O.B.Ten 

Mrs. J. T. Williams 

J. D. Johnson 

White Lake Lumber Co 

C. M.Ezzell 

C. A. Brown & Bro 

B. C. Triplett's Mill 

J. R. House 

Leon Warren 

T. L. Jackson 

J. G. andG. C. Coble 

Troy I. Herring 

S. W. Kivett 



T. H. Faircloth, Mir. 
W. E. Strickland, 

Partner 

C. R. Ball, Owner... 
R. A. McC'ullen.Or.. 



H. C. Petty. 

C.C. Tart, 0.& Mgr. 



H. A. Starzman. 



Partnership. 



*Branch of company at Charlotte. 



Miscellaneous Factories 



177 



Continued 



Secretary 



Articles Manufactured 



--2 s 



Capital 
Stock 



No. 



1564 

1565 
1566 
1567 
1568 
1569 
1570 
1571 
1572 
1573 
1574 
1575 
1576 
1577 
1578 
1579 
1580 
1581 

1582 
1583 
1584 
1585 
1586 
1587 
1588 
1589 
1590 
1591 
1592 
1593 
1594 
1595 

1596 

1597 
1598 
1599 
1600 
1601 
1602 
1603 
1604 
1605 
1606 
1607 
1608 
1609 
1610 
1611 
1612 
1613 
1614 



J. E. Holshouser, Mgr... 



M. E. Ludwick. 
H. B. Taylor... 



T. M. Casey. 



Charles W. Perry. 



E. D. McCall. 



Jas. D. Heilig 

S. D. Crenshaw 

Leland G. Banning 

B. McBride, Master Me- 
chanic 

M. L. Kiser 



C. F. Cline. 



D. M. Carmer. 
X. C. Harris. _ 



M. G. Johnson. 



C. W. Petty. 



Edwin Fockler. 



General repairing. 



Common brick 

Flour, meal, and feed 

Soft drinks 

Gin cotton 

Soft drinks 

Bread and cakes 

Vulcanizing ,__ 

Ice-cream ; candy 

Automobile tires and tubes 

Printing 

Flour, meal; gin cotton, and saw lumber. 

Bread, pies and cakes 

Granite paving blocks 

Laundry service 

Mattresses 

Commercial fertilizers 

Hardwood lumber 



1897 
1913 
1919 



29,500 



1914 
1921 
1918 



2,000 
11,500 



1921 



500,000 



Repairs to engines and cars 

Soft drinks 

Soft drinks 

Flooring, ceiling, mouldings, etc 

Building material of all kinds 

Ginning cotton 

Thin lumber and veneer 

Newspaper; job printing 

Flour, meal, and feed 

Pine lumber 

Building material 

Flour and corn meal 

Rough building material and cross-ties. 
Flour and corn meal 



Juniper shingles 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Ginning cotton 

Electricity 

Lumber 

Lumber 

Rough lumber and ginning cotton. 

Lumber 

Lumber 

Lumber and shingles 

Lumber 

Rough lumber 

Lumber 

Rough lumber.. 

Turpentine and rosin 

Rough lumber 

Lumber 

Rough lumber 



1900 
1900 
1916 
1913 
1906 
1893 
1915 



1916 
1907 
1900 
1917 
1915 
1908 
1902 
1915 



1918 
1912 
1916 
1918 

1913 
1912 
1913 



1910 
1913 



1916 
1900 



1907 
1910 



4,800 
25,000 
25,000 



5,900 

48,000,000 

100,000 



3,000 



5,000 



3,700 
5,000 
4,000 



3,000 
1,000 



3,600 
1,500 



1,500 
20,000 



50,000 
2,000 



25,000 



12- 



178 



North Carolina Industrial Statistics 



Table No. 1 — 



No. 


County 


Post office 


Factory 


President 


Ifilfi 


Sampson 

....do 


Roseboro 






1616 


....do 






1617 


....do 


__._do 




W. H. Herring, Owr. 
Hervey Canady, Or. 


1618 


-._.do 


Salemburg 

....do 




1619 


....do 




1620 


__..do 


__..do 






1621 


__-_do __. 


__-.do 


C. S. Royall 




1622 


....do 


Turkey 


C. J. Carroll 




1623 


....do 


__--do 


W. H. Carroll 




1624 


._-_do _. 


.-..do 


O. L. Matthews 




1625 


Scotland 

....do 


Gibson 


Pates Mill 


V. Adams, Mgr 

C G Wilson 


1626 


do 


The Southern Cotton Oil Co 

Hasty Gin Co. 


1627 


._._do 






1628 


-...do 


Laurinburg 

.. do 






1629 


....do 


Elmore Gin and Fertilizer Co 


N P Gilchrist 


1630 


..._do 


.-_-d0 


W. M. Lytch 

W D McLawn 


1631 


_...do 

Stanly 


....do 


Purity Steam Bakery Co., Inc 


1632 






1633 


_-__do 


_...do 




T M Hines 


1634 


...-do 


....do 




Jno. Snotherlv 

A C Heath 


1635 


..._do 


..-.do 




1636 


....do 


....do 




D. J. Hatty, Owr.... 
Partnership 


1637 


....do 


....do 




1638 


....do 


..._do 


E. C. Millers Foun. and Mche. Shop 


1639 


..._do 


.-.-do. 


Paul E Kirk 


1640 


....do—. 


....do 


Sibley Mfg. Co 


R. L. Sibley 


1641 


..._do 


_--_do 


Stanly Bottling Works 


P. O. Skidmore.Mgr. 


1642 


.___do 


_...do.. 


T. W. Still 


1643 


....do 






Peter Endres, Prop.. 
Ruf us Isenhour.Mgr. 


1644 


....do 


New London _ 




1645 


._-_do 


S. M. Efird 


1646 


_.._do 


....do 




J. C. Hurley 

T. A. Hathcock 


1647 


.._.do 


....do 




1648 


....do 


....do 


Stanlv Cotton Oil Co. 




1649 


....do 


Richfield 




M. M. Ritchie, Owr. 


1650 


....do. 


__.-do 


Richfield Milling Co. 


Geo. W. Lefler 


1651 


....do... 


-...do 






1652 








H. E. Pester, Pub. 


1653 


do 

....do 








1654 








1655 


....do 


Walnut Cove 

_-_-do 






1656 


....do 


Dan River Lbr. and Milling Co 

The Methodist Herald 


D. L. Donnell 


1657 


..._do 


,...do 


R. F. Reynolds, Owr. 


1658 


_-__do 

.___do 


....do 

....do 




O.M. Southern, Part. 


1659 


M. A. Walker & Co 


B. B. Walker, Owr.. 


1660 




Ararat, R. 1 


Bull Run Roller Mill 


J. L. Elliott, Owr.— 


1661 


..._do 

.-.-do 

....do. 

....do 


W. J. Key & Son 




1662 




Brim's Mill . 




1663 


Crutchfield, R. 1.. 
Elkin 


R. C. Gordon, Mir.. 


1664 


Carolina Cross Arms Co., Inc... . _ 

Elkin Box Co. : 

Elkin Canning Co 

Elkin Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co 


J. C. Kerley . 


1665 


....do 


_-_.do 


R. L. Church 


1666 


....do... _- 


__-.do 


R. M. Chatham 


1667 


....do 


....do 


R. L. Hubbard 



Miscellaneous Factories 



179 



Continued 



Secretary 



E. F. McLemore. 
J. E. Owen 



Robie Butler. 



F. L. Palmer. 
D. A. Hasty.. 



E. C. McCall. 



Dan Shaw 

C. W. Russell. 



R. B. Ritchie.. 
J. M. Morrow. 



E. C. Miller 

W. T. Huckabee. 



Martin McKenzie. 

D. E. Lefler 

T. B. Still 



R. L. Austin. 



J. W. Slate 

W. T. Poindexter. 



J. F. Carter. 



T. J. McNeill. 
E. E. Harris.. 
J. H. Tharpe.. 



Articles Manufactured 



Lumber 

Dressed lumber and crates 

General building material and lumber. 

Corn meal 

Ginning cotton. 

Boards 

Cotton ginning 

Carts and wagons 

Corn meal 

Rough lumber.. 

Corn meal 

Cotton-seed products 

Ginning cotton 

Fertilizer sowers and cotton planters... 

Mixed fertilizers 

Repair work 

Bread and cakes 

Mantels and job work 

Ice 



Hardwood mantels and library tables 

Flour, meal and feed 

Concrete products 

Lumber and cross-arms 

Repair shop 

Rough lumber, flour, meal and feed 

Boxes, cross-arms and building material 

Coca-Cola 

Rough lumber 

Bread, pies and cakes 

Face brick 

Lumber 

Rough and dressed lumber; cross-arms 

Flour, feed and meal 

Cotton-seed products 

General work-shop 

Flour, meal and feeds 

Rough lumber and ties 

Publishing and job printing 

Rough lumber 

Custom grinding 

Corrugated shipping cases and cor. fiber products 

Meal and flour; rough and dressed lumber 

General job printing 

Flour, meal and feed 

Common building brick 

Flour, meal and chops 

Tobacco flues 

Corn meal 

Flour, meal chops 

Insulator pins, brackets, cross-arms and finished 

lumber 

Box shooks 

C a nning berries 

Carbonated beverages 



_ 9 



1922 
1915 
1917 
1915 
1919 
1919 



Capital 
Stock 



600 



1912 



1918 
1915 
1887 
1910 



1907 
1910 
1921 
1911 
1919 
1906 
1916 
1915 



1909 
1921 
1904 
1916 
1895 
1916 



1917 
1913 
1907 
1893 
1918 
1920 
1872 
1918 
1915 
1919 
1915 
1904 
1921 
1915 
1888 
1903 
1840 



2,000 

1,000 

10,000 

500 



1,500 



10,000,000 
5,000 



1916 
1917 
1899 
1905 



17,250 
6,200 
7,500 
6,000 
24,000 
11,200 
40,200 
2,000 



2,000 
1,500 
7,500 



6,000 



500 
12,000 
15,000 
17,100 
2,000 
9,000 
2,500 



120 



68,000 
25,000 



18,000 
1,500 



4,700 
75,000 
6,000 
3,400 



No. 



1615 

1616 

1617 

1618 

1619 

1620 

1621 

1622 

1623 

1624 

1625 

1626 

1627 

1628 

1629 

1630 

1631 

1632 

1633 

1634 

1635 

1636 

1637 

1638 

1639 

1640 

1641 

1642 

1643 

1644 

1645 

1646 

1647 

1648 

1649 

1650 

1651 

1652 

1653 

1654 

1655 

1656 

1657 

1658 

1659 

1660 

1661 

1662 

1663 

1664 
1665 
1666 
1667 



180 



]^orth Carolina Industrial Statistics 



Table No. 1 — 



No. 



1669 
1670 
1671 
1672 
1673 
1671 
1675 
1676 
1677 

1678 
1679 
1680 
1681 
1682 

1683 

1684 

1685 
1686 
1687 
1688 
1689 
1690 
1691 
1692 
1693 
1694 
1695 
1696 
1697 
1698 
1699 
1700 
1701 
1702 
1703 
1704 
1705 
1706 
1707 
1708 
1709 
1710 
1711 
1712 
1713 
1714 
1715 
1716 
1717 



County 



Surry 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

....do 



..do 

..do 

..do 

..do 

..do 

..do 

....do 



Postoffice 



Elkin 

...do. 

...do 

...do 

Low Gap 

...do 

Mount Airy. 

_..do 

....do 

....do 



Factory 



President 



...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

....do 

....do 

...do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

Swain 

....do 

....do 

.—do 

....do 

....do 

Transylvania. 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

..-_do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do.... 

Tyrrell 



.do 

-do 

_do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do... 



.do. 
.do. 



...do— 

Park Mountain.. 
Pilot Mountain. 

...do 

....do . 

....do 

....do 

Rusk 

Shoals, R. 1 

Siloam 

Siloam, R. 2_... 

State Road 

Alarka 

Bryson City 

....do 

Fontana 

Forney 

Hewitts 

Brevard 

....do 

-_..do 

....do 

....do 

Lake Toxaway. 

Penrose 

....do...- 

Pisgah Forest.. 

....do 

Rosman 

....do 

Jerry 



Elkin Roller Mills 

Elkin Shoe Co. 

Elkin Veneer and .Mfg. Co. 

J. F. Miller... 

T. A. Galyeon and Cooper Lowe. 

T. A. Galyeon's Mill 

Allred's Corn Mill 

Beasly Lumber and Mill Co 

Foy Lumber and Mfg. Co 

Granite City Mills 



Green Hill Flour and Grist Mill 

Lemmerman & Hoffman Gran. Co. 

M. T. MeKnight... 

Mount Airy Brick Works 

Mount Airy Buggy Co 



The Mount Airy News. 



Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. 



Smith Flour and Corn Mill 

W. A. Sutphin, Jr 

J. E. Wilson Marble Works 

J. H. Isaacs 

Clifton Handle Plant 

Hiatt's Sawmill and Planing Mill. 

Piedmont Roller Mills 

Pilot Milling Co 

W. H. Reid. 

Snow Creek Roller Mills 

Shoals Mills 

L. K. Matthews Roller Mill 

W. A. Matthews & Son 

Chipman's Mill. 

Alarka Lumber Co 

Bryson City Pump Works Co 

A. J. Franklin 

Kitchen Lumber Co 

Norwood Lumber Co 

N. C. Talc and Mining Co 

Brevard Lumber Co 

Brevard Mfg. Co 

Brevard Steam Laundry 

Philipp's Bakery 

Transylvania Tanning Co 

Moltz Lumber Co.* 

W. R. Kilpatrick's Sawmill 

W. J. McCrary's Sawmill 

Brevard Tanning Co 

Carr Lumber Co 

Rosman Tanning Extract Co 

Toxaway Tanning Co 

Swain's Grist Mill 



L. J. Bray 

A. M. Smith.... 
R. L. Hubbard. 



W. S. Allred, Owr. .. 

B. Beasly, Owner 

R. H. Leonard. 

J. S. Bray, Prop, and 

Manager. 

R. H. Smith, Owr... 
Jno. A. Lemmerman 



C. C. Midkiff, Owr. 
N. W. Dobbins, 

Owner and Mgr... 
W. M. Johnson, 

Business Mgr 

G. N. Slaughter, 

Part owner 

R. H. Smith, Mgr.. 



J. E. Wilson, Owr.. 



J. H. Clifton, Prop. 
Job Hiatt, Owner... 



J. T. Henley. 



Cleve Dobbins, Mir. 
Jno. A. Martin, Owr. 



W. A. Matthews, Ptr. 
J. A. Chipman.Owr. 

Arthur Brooks 

J. Shank 



J. W. Kitchen 

Joseph Keys 

F. R. Hewitt 

Frank Jenkins, Mgr. 

J. C. Shambon 

J. S. Bromfield.Owr. 
Geo. Philipp, Prop.. 

Jos. S. Silversteen 

Jerome Moltz 



Geo. L. Adams 

Louis Carr 

Jos. S. Silversteen.. 
Jos. S. Silversteen... 
J. L. Swain, Owner. 



'New mill. 



Miscellaneous Factories 



1S1 



Continued 



Secretary 



Articles Manufactured 



Capital 
Stock 



No. 



A. O. Bray 

M. A. Biggs 

A. G. Click 

E. C. Foy 

D. E. Hoffman 

W. P. Henley 

L. B. Close 

J. L. Shank 

C. J. Kitchen 

L. E. Hunter 

W. O. Soderquist 

V. Fontaine, V.-Pres 

M. Osmansky 

E. G. Moltz 

John F. Norris 

W. W. Croushorn 

M. Dworetzky 

M. Osmansky 



Flour, meal and feed 

Shoe leather and horse collars 

Veneers, lumber and packages 

Rough and dressed lumber 

Lumber 

Meal and flour 

Corn meal and chops; custom grinding. 

Flour and meal 

Cribs, cradles and chairs 



Flour, meal, feed and ice 

Meal and flour 

Granite for buildings and mausoleums. 

Meal, flour and feedstuff 

Common brick 



Buggies and repairing same- 



Printing, publishing and job printing. 



1895 
1892 
1902 
1898 
1918 
1916 
1880 
1922 
1903 



Soft drinks 

Flour, meal and lumber 

Corn meal 

Tombstones, monuments and building work 

Meal, feed and lumber 

Handles 

Lumber 

Flour, meal and bran chops ... 

Flour, meal and feed 

Rough lumber 

Flour, meal and chops 

Flour, meal and feedstuff 

Flour, meal and chops 

Timber products 

Rough and dressed lumber 

Lumber 

Columns, liquor logs, tubing and planing lumber- 
Ceiling, siding and flooring _• 

Lumber 

Lumber 

Forest products, crushed stone, miners andtalc mfg. 

Building material ". 

Shuttle blocks 

Washing clothes 

Bakery goods 

Leather 

Lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Tanning extract 

Lumber 

Chestnut extract 

Sole leather and belting butts 

Milling corn 



1910 
1919 
1912 

1905 



1912 
1922 
1917 
1917 
1912 
1922 



1920 



1910 
1908 



1892 
1914 
1903 
1897 
1919 
1906 
1900 
1911 
1918 



1917 
1917 



1907 
1903 
1912 



25,000 

220,500 

60,000 

1,500 

300 

200 



5,000 
14,400 



10,000 
125,000 



2,000 



10,000 



1,000 



4,000 
2,000 



22,500 



5,000 



600 

5,000 

125,000 

15,000 

5,000 

100,000 

155,000 

100,000 

10,000 

10,000 



5,000 
246,000 
300,000 

1,000 



1902 



250,000 

250,000 

89,000 

1,000,000 

5,050 



1668 
1669 
1670 

1671 
1672 
1673 
1674 
1675 
1676 

1677 
1678 
1679 
1680 
1681 

1682 

1683 

1684 
1685 
1686 
1687 
1688 
1689 
1690 
1691 
1692 
1693 
1694 
1695 
1696 
1697 
1698 
1699 
1700 
1701 
1702 
1703 
1704 
1705 
1706 
1707 
1708 
1709 
1710 
1711 
1712 
1713 
1714 
1715 
1716 
1717 



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Table No. 1 — 



No. 



County 



Postoffice 



Factory 



President 



1718 
1719 
1720 
1721 
1722 
1723 

1724 
1725 
1726 
1727 
1728 
1729 
1730 
1731 
1732 
1733 
1734 
1735 
1736 
1737 
173S 
1739 
1740 
1?41 
1742 
1743 
1744 
1745 
1746 
1747 
1748 

1749 
1750 
1751 
1752 
1753 
1754 
1755 
1756 
1757 
1758 
1759 
1760 

1761 
1762 
1763 
1764 
1765 
1766 
1767 



Union. 
.... do.. 
....do- 
....do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 



....do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
.... do.. 
.... do- 
..-.do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
.... do.. 
....do., 
-...do.. 
___-do- 
Vance. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
.--.do.. 
....do.. 
.... do- 
—do- 
.__. do.. 
....do- 
.... do„ 
.-..do.. 
...-do.. 
.— do.. 



....do. 

.-..do. 

-.--do. 

....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
Wake. 
...-do. 
..__do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 

_-..do. 
..do. 
..do. 
..do. 
..do. 
..do. 
..do. 



Marsh ville 

....do 

Mineral Springs.. 

Monroe... 

....do 

...do 



...do... 

...do-.. 

....do 

...do 

.„.do 

—do 

...do 

Unionville 

— do 

Waxhaw 

Wingate 

....do 

Henderson, R. 3. 

Henderson 

—do 

—do 

—do. 

—do 

—do 

—do 

—do 

...do 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



—do 

.-._do 

—do 

...do 

Kittrell., 

—do. 

Apex 

.—do„ 

Holly Springs. 

Neuse 

Raleigh 

...do 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
_do_. 
.do.. 



Ashcraft Gin and Mill Co. 

G. B. Walters Sawmill 

W. A. Howie's Sawmill 

Austin & Siko 

J. C. Broome 

Efird's Marble Works 



H.Lee Ashcraft, Mgr. 



J. C. Siko. 



Henderson Roller Mills Co 

Monroe Bakery 

Monroe Bottling Works. 

Monroe Coca-Cola Bottling Co 

Monroe Ice and Fuel Co 

J. H. Myers Lumber and Mfg. Co... 

The Southern Cotton Oil Co 

N. W. Carriker 

N. C. Price 

W. L. Belk & Sons.... 

Perry Mill Co 

T. S. Ross 

John H. Bullock 

Carolina Bagging Co - 

Corbitt Motor Truck Co 

B. F. Ellington 

J. H. Foster's Sawmill 

Henderson Coca-Cola Bottling Co._ 

Henderson Damp Wash 

Henderson Gran, and Mar. Works.. 
Henderson Ice & Cold Storage Co... 

Henderson Pepsi-Cola Bot. Co 

Home Builders Mfg. Co 

Jones-Stone Printing Co 

Parrish's Tin Shop 



J. E. Efird, Owr. & 

Mgr 

J. E. Henderson 

Jack Hornig, Prop.. 

J. T. Price, Owr 

F. W. Pinkston 

W. E. Cason 

J. H. Myers 

C. G. Wilson 



N. M. Perry. 



W. S. Parker. 
R. J. Corbitt. 



E. G. Thomas, Mgr. 



Royster Milling Co 

Vance Guano Works 

Vance Mills, Inc 

Whitmore Bakery Co 

Buffalo Mills 

R. K. Young 

Apex Motor and Machine Co 

A. J. Lynch's Sawmill & Planing Mill 
D. A. Baker's Lumber Plant 

B. I. Brogden 

W. C. Adkins 

Auto Repair and Welding Co 



I. S. Blue, Part 

C. H. Turner 

S. J. Lane, Mgr 

W. M. Burwell 

M. H. Stone 

M. N. Parrish, Owr. 

and Manager .- 

Joseph S. Royster... 
J. H. Brodie, Mgr... 

C. V. Singleton 

H. J. Wnitmore 

J. B. Ellis, Owner... 



E. M. Clark. 



Baker-Thompson Lumber Co. 

L. W. Bowden 

Bretsch'o Bakery 

California Fruit Store 

Campbell-Warner Co 

Capital City Laundry 

Capital Printing Co 



K. W. Yates and T. 

C. Yates, Partners 

B. W. Baker. - 



Albert Bretsch. 



E. F. Warner, Part.. 

L. J. Jones 

Charles Ruffin, Bus- 
iness Manager 



Miscellaneous Factories 



183 



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Secretary 



Articles Manufactured 



§ a 

tag 

k a - 

: - x. 

z. - - 

~ o a 



Capital 
Stock 



No. 



W. H. Austin. 



W. A. Henderson. 



J. W. Hines, Jr. 
M. B. Yaudle... 
F. L. Palmer... 



W. B. Belk... 
J. L. Chaney. 



S. S. Parham. 
J. E. Hite 



Ernest G. Ligon, Mgr. 
J. C. Skinner 



F. L. Toepleman. 
D. P. McDuffee.. 



Thos. B. Royster. 



F. B. Robards. 
J. Ed. Younge. 



L. G. Jordan. 



J. B. Mann. 



Mrs. Annie Bretsch... 
J. E. Stathacos, Mgr. 



L. M. Jones. 



Lumber; doors and sash; ginning cotton. 

Lumber 

Lumber 

General machine repairs 

Stoneware 



Monuments 

Flour, meal, feed, and grits... 

Bakery products 

Soda water 

Coca-Cola and Orange Crush- 
Ice 



Doors, sash, and building material. 

Cotton-seed products 

Rough lumber; corn meal and feed. 
Meal 



1920 
1909 
1912 
1916 
1836 

1922 
1901 
1916 
1905 
1912 
1909 
1920 
1887 
1919 



350 
500 



214,! 



5,000 
39,400 
2,000 
3,000 
10,000 
18,000 
16,000 
10,000,000 



800 



Rough lumber 

Lumber 

Lumber 

Rough lumber 

Rewoven jute bagging 

Motor trucks 

Blacksmith shop 

Lumber 

Coca-Cola and other soft drinks. 

Damp wash 

Monuments and tombstones 

Ice 



1913 
1915 



1908 
1911 



Pepsi-Cola and other soft drinks 

Rough and dressed lumber; basket bottoms. 
Commercial printing 



Stove-pipe flues 

Meal, flour, and mill feeds 

Fertilizer 

Flour and corn meal 

Baking goods and candy 

Meal, flour, bran, and shipstufi 

Lumber; gin cotton 

General repair work on autos 

Rough and dressed lumber 

Rough and dressed lumber; ties; ginning cotton. 

Lumber 

Sheet-met al work 



Auto repair shop 

Sash, doors, and rnillwork 

Roofers; tin work 

Bread, cakes, pies, and pastry.. 

Ice-cream and ices 

Monuments and building stone- 
Laundry work.. 



Printing. 



1920 
1912 
1922 
1919 
1901 
1910 
1917 
1909 

1914 

1922 



10 .000 
1,700 
3,000 
443,600 
1,000,000 
4,935 



1906 
1873 



1919 
1919 
1918 



1905 



1892 
1900 
1914 
1919 

1919 



2,500 
40,800 



8,500 
9,000 



1,000 



150,000 
3,500 



6,400 
12,000 



3,500 



25,000 
2,000 
5,000 



10,000 
6,000 



1718 
1719 
1720 
1721 
1722 

1723 
1724 
1725 
1726 
1727 
1728 
1729 
1730 
1731 
1732 
1733 
1734 
1735 
1736 
1737 
1738 
1739 
1740 
1741 
1742 
1743 
1744 
1745 
1746 
1747 

1748 
1749 
1750 
1751 
1752 
1753 
1754 
1755 
1756 
1757 
1758 
1759 

1760 
1761 
1762 
1763 
1764 
1765 
1766 

1767 



184 



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Table No. 1 — 



No. 



County 



Postoffioe 



Factory 



President 



1768 
1769 
1770 
1771 
1772 
1773 
1774 
1775 
1776 
1777 
1778 
1779 
1780 
1781 
1782 
1783 
1784 
1785 
1786 
1787 
1788 
1789 
1790 
1791 
1792 
1793 

1794 
1795 
1796 

1797 
1798 
1799 

1800 

1801 
1802 

1803 
1804 
1805 
1806 
1807 
1808 
1809 
1810 
1811 

1812 
1813 
1814 



Wake. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
..._do. 
..._do. 
__._do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do 
___.do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
__._do. 

....do. 
....do. 
....do. 

....do. 
....do. 
....do. 

....do. 

....do. 

....do. 



...do... 
...do... 
....do— 
....do— 
...do— 
...do— 
...do... 
Warren. 
...do... 



....do. 
....do. 
....do. 



Raleigh. 
...do.... 
..._do— . 
...do.... 
...do... . 
...do— 



....do 

.--.do 

...do 

...do 

Raleigh, R.F.D. 

Raleigh 

....do 

....do 

...do 

...do 

....do 



_do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 

.do. 

.do. 
.do. 



....do, 

...do 

Raleigh, R. 3... 

Wakefield 

Wake Forest 

Wendell, R. 1.. 
Willow Springs. 

Areola 

Elberon 



Littleton. 

...do 

...do 



Capudine Chemical Co 

Caraleigh Phos. and Fertilizer Works 
Carolina Chero-Cola Bottling Co... 

Carolina Power and Light Co._ 

Carolina Washboard Co 

Cascade Laundry Co 

Cherokee Brick Co 

Commercial Printing Co 

W. C. Cram Machine Works 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co 

Edwards Mill 

John W. Evans Son 

A. Gomez 

The International Vegetable Oil Co.. 

Jones Bottling Works 

Mitchell Printing Co 

Motor Service Co. of Raleigh, Inc.. 

Oak City Laundry 

Oldham & Worth, Inc 

Orgen Printing Co 

Powell & Powell, Inc 

Raleigh Brick and Fuel Co 

Raleigh Coca-Cola Bottling Co 

Raleigh Damp Wash Plant 

Raleigh French Dry Cleaning Co... 
Raleigh Iron Works Co _ 

Raleigh Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co 

Raleigh Printing Co 

Raleigh Roofing & Cornice Co., Inc.. 



C. B. Ray Harness Co. 

Republic Service Co 

A. D. Royster & Bro... 



Henry T. Hicks.... 
J. R. Chamberlain. 

P. H. Jeter 

Chas. E. Johnson.. 



H. C. Howell 

O. C. Kennedy 

J. W. Weaver 

W. C. Cram, Prop. 

Chas. Lee Smith... 



Jno. E. Evans, Prop. 



Sanitary Laundry. 

Dr. A. G. Spingler. 
Station Garage 



J. W. Conway 

Harry E. Jones, Mgr. 
C. E. Mitchell, Prop. 

C. R. Boone 

N. A. Dunn, Partner 

Howard White 

C. E. Whitaker, Mgr. 

T. C. Powell. 

Howard White 

J. B. Harrison 

E. C. Stone, Prop... 

H. C. Howell 

Wm. T. Harding, 

Owner... 

N. F. Turner 

Manley E. Carroll.. 
J. E. Stevick 

C. B. Ray, Owner.. 

W. S.Boyd 

Mrs. Hallie L. Roys- 
ter, Owner 

H. Clarence Howell, 
Prop 



Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co. 

White Dairy Products Co 

Yates Mill 

P. P. Pace 

J. L. Taylor 

Sam V. Smiley... 

J. Carl Rowland 

W. T. Davis 

J. L. & T. H. Aycock 



J. E. Stone, Owner 

and Manager. 

C. G. Wilson 

Geo. L. H. White 

Chas. E. Johnson... 



T. H. Aycock, Gen- 
eral Manager 



Howard Brothers 

S. D. King's Sawmill... 
Union Gin and Mill Co. 



R. B. Jenkins. 



Miscellaneous Factories 



1S5 



Continued 



Secretary 



Edwin W. Yates.... 

F. N. Bridgers 

Dale Starbuck 

E. P. Summerson. . 
Randolph Jordan.. 

R. H. Harrison 

J. F. Johnson 

Murray Allen 

Howell L. Smith... 

T. E. Allen 

H. Roy Fishel 

Hal V. Worth 

R. H. Merritt 

A. C. Thurman 

D. T. Poindexter... 

J. E. Kennedy 

W. J. Richardson... 

Geo. C. Lewis 

Mamie Alderson 

Mrs. W. S. Boyd... 

S. D. Crenshaw 

J. E. White 

C. F. Gentry, Mills 

J. W. Carter 



Articles Manufactured 



Capudine 

Fertilizers 

Carbonated beverages 

Electricity, gas, and street railway 

Washboards 

Laundry service 

Common brick 

Printing, ruling, binding; blank book mfrs 

Sawmills 

Printing, binding, engraving, blank books, etc. 

Corn meal 

Spring wagons; repair and paint autos 

Monuments . 

Cotton-seed products 

Soft drinks 

Printing and binding 

Auto service 

Laundry work 

Lumber 

Job printing 

Ice 



Brick 

Soft drinks 

Laundry work 

Dry cleaning and dyeing. 



Iron and brass castings 

Carbonated beverages 

Commercial printing 

Skylights, ventilators, and all kinds of sheet-metal 

work 

Harness and repairing 

Repair autos and motor trucks 



Candy. 



Laundry 

Eye-glasses and spectacles; duplicating lenses. 



General machine shop; repair autos and accessories 

Commercial fertilizer^ 

Ice-cream 

Meal, flour, and wheat bran.., 

Lumber- 

Auto repairing 

Smiley 's remedies 

Rough and dressed lumber.. 

Lumber.... 



Rough lumber. 

Lumber 

Lumber 

Lumber 






1904 
1890 
1920 
1908 
1910 
1922 
1913 
1907 
1878 
1871 



1878 
1914 
1912 
1909 
1911 
1918 



1912 



1908 
1904 
1903 
1921 
1910 

1825 
1906 
1922 

1910 
1899 
1919 

1865 

1913 



1916 
1893 
1911 
1850 
1912 



1919 
1915 



1908 
1903 
1902 



Capital 
Stock 



100,000 

395,200 

58,300 



4,500 

6,000 

71,500 

28,600 



100,000 
2,500 



2,000 
1,800,000 



3,000 
36,000 



18,500 
4,000 

39,000 
6,000 

16,000 



7,200 
5,000 

5,000 
4,000 
4,000 



4,350 



48,000,000 
30,000 



7,500 
1,000 



2,275 



20,000 



No. 



1768 
1769 
1770 
1771 
1772 
1773 
1774 
1775 
1776 
1777 
1778 
1779 
1780 
1781 
1782 
1783 
1784 
1785 
1786 
1787 
1788 
1789 
1790 
1791 
1792 

1793 
1794 
1795 

1796 

1797 
1798 

1799 

1800 
1801 

1802 
1803 
1804 
1805 
1806 
1807 
1808 
1809 
1810 

1811 
1812 
1813 

1814 



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Table No. 1 — 



No. 



County 



Postoffice 



Factory 



President 



1815 
1816 
1817 
1818 
1819 
1820 
1821 
1822 
1823 
1824 
1825 
1826 

1827 
1828 
1829 

1830 
1831 
1832 
1833 
1834 
1835 
1836 
1837 
1838 
1839 
1840 
1841 
1842 
1843 

1844 
1845 
1846 

1847 

1848 
1849 
1850 
1851 
1852 

1853 
1854 
1855 
1856 
1857 
1858 
1859 
1860 
1861 
1862 
1863 



Warren 

_-__do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

Washington. 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 



....do. 

....do. 
____do. 



_.__do 

Watauga. 

....do 

____do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

____do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

-_._do 

....do 

....do 



.... do... 

Wayne. 
.— do... 

__._do... 



....do. 
....do. 
.-.-do. 
....do. 

...-do. 

....do. 
_.__do. 
_...do. 
....do. 
.._.do. 
....do. 
..._do. 
-.-_do. 
.-..do. 



Mountain View. 

Ridgeway 

Warrenton 

...do .-- 

....do 

Warren Plains.. 

Wise 

Creswell— 

....do 

Mackeys 

Plymouth 

....do 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



....do 

Amantha 

Boone.. 

....do 

._._do 

Brookside 

Reese 

Sands 

Shulls Mills- 
Stony Fork.. 
Sugar Grove. 

.-.do 

Sweet Water. 
Yuma 



Zionville— . 
Dudley- 
Fremont-. . 
Goldsboro. 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 

.do. 
.do. 



.do. 

_do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



Mountain View Mills ... 

B. D. Moore's Sawmill 

I. A. Coleman's Sawmill 

Warrenton Electric Light Co. 

Edmund White's Mill 

Wilker's Mill 

L. E. Hick's Sawmill 

W. D. Peel 

Peoples Milling Co 

Mrs. N. J. Rhodes 

Clark Peanut Co., Inc 

Hassell Bros. Bakery 



C. N. Riggan, Owner 



W. G. Rogers 

Leonard Wilker, Owr 



G. A. Overton . 



The National Handle Co 

Plymouth Brick Co 

T. L. Satterthwaite's Sawmill and 

Cotton Gin 

Wilts Veneer Co 

Bingham Roller Mills 

Boone Planing Mill 

S. C. Carroll's Sawmill 

Three Forks Cooperative Cheese Co 

Will H. McGuire 

G. P. Sherrill 

Hosea Winebarger 

C. W. Moody 

1. S. Green 

Carnett's Saw and Grist Mill 

Cove Creek Cooperative Cheese Co.. 

Farthing & Perry's Mill 

Watson's Grist Mill 



W. H. Clark 

L. C. & E. C. Has- 
sell, Partners 

W. H. Cowdery 

Benson Jones.. 



W. J. Parrish 

E. F. Bingham, Owr. 

F. M. Maltba 



J. F. Hardin. 



R. C. Carnett, Owr. 
W. F. Sherwood 



J. J. & A. Watson, 
Owners 



John A. Beach 

George King 

Fremont Oil Mill Co. 
Bizzell's Mill 



Borden Brick and Tile Co. 

Bro-mal-gine Co 

Coca-Cola Bottling Co 

C. E. Croon 

Dewey Brothers, Inc 



J. T. Hooks 

Southern Life and 

Trust Co., Owners 

F. K. Borden, Jr.._- 

W. E. Burden 

W. D. Adams 



Geo. S. Dewey. 



.do. 
.do. 



.do. 
.do. 



Empire Mfg. Co 

Enterprise-Whiteville Lumber Co. 

Goldsboro Ice Co 

A. T. Griffin Mfg. Co 

Howell Ginning Co 

J. R. Jeannette. 

Raleigh Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co... 

M. E. Robinson and R. Creech 

Royall & Borden Mfg. Co. 

Royall Ice-Cream Co 

Southern Mfg. Co 



A. H. Edgerton.. 
Nathan O'Berry. 

Herman Weil 

J. L. Borden 



N. F. Turner. 



George C. Royall. 
Jno. O. Royall, Sr.. 



Miscellaneous Factories 



187 



Continued 



Secretary 



E. A. Thorne 

A. W. Davenport 

W. R. Hampton 

S. S. Chapin 

D. S. Jones 

H. C. Parrish 

C. H. Winkler 

L. N. Perkins 

J. B. Horton 

J. B. Lane 

T. A. Dewey 

Chas. B. Miller 

W. L. Rawlings 

C.E.Hood 

Geo. S. Daniels... 

Bessie N. Claytor 

E. J. Jeffress 

E. A.'Griffin 

W. J. Howell 

W. J. Richardson 

G. Claiborne Royall, Jr 
Jno. O. Royall, Jr., Mgr 
George Reyes, Mgr 



Articles Manufactured 



Flour and meal. 
Rough lumber.. 

Lumber 

Ice. 



Flour and meal; ginning cotton- 
Lumber; ginning cotton 

Lumber 

Auto repairing 

General milling 

Corn meal; gin cotton 

Peanuts 



Bread, cakes, and pies. 

Handles; lumber 

Building brick 



Lumber; ginning cotton 

Veneer box shooks 

Flour and meal 

Building material 

Lumber 

Cheese 

Job printing.. 

Flour and grist mill 

Lumber; flour, meal 

Rough lumber 

Meal and flour; lumber 

Meal and chops; lumber and ties. 

Cheddar cheese 

Meal and flour; rough lumber 



Grist mill 

Lumber; grist mill 

Lumber 

Cotton-seed products and fertilizer. 



Meal 

Brick 

Bro-mal-gine medicine 

Soft drinks 

Barn flues, plate repairing, cornice work 

Engines, sawmills, iron and brass castings, pulleys, 

couplings, etc 

Veneers and lumber 

Lumber 

Ice 



Lumber; sash, doors, and millwork 

Ginning cotton 

Lumber 

Carbonated beverages 

Lumber; corn meal 

Cotton felts, mattresses, pillows, bos springs. 

Ice-cream 

lien's shirts and ladies' skirts 



— a 

Mi 

U o c 

5 oK 



1910 
1908 
1912 



1920 

1914 
1903 
1915 

1899 
1902 
1912 
1920 



1918 
1905 
1880 



1910 
1917 
1914 
1896 

1918 



1917 
1902 



1911 
1913 
1914 



1885 
1910 
1887 
1S88 
1905 



1906 
1910 



1897 
1915 



Capital 
Stock 



10,000 
25,000 



180 

6,000 

2,700 

56,900 

1,000 

200,000 

2,000 

3,000 
21,250 

4,000 
2,000 
2,500 
2,000 

500 
5,000 

100 



1,000 



975 
1,500 



900 

150 

100,000 



288,000 

21,000 

1,200 

3,600 

50,000 
350,000 
726,400 
33,600 
50,000 



1,000 

7,200 

60,000 

80,000 



No. 



1815 
1816 
1817 
1818 
1819 
1820 
1821 
1822 
1823 
1824 
1825 

1826 
1827 
1828 

1829 
1830 
1831 
1832 
1833 
1834 
1835 
1836 
1837 
1838 
1839 
1840 
1841 
1842 

1843 
1844 
1845 
1846 

1847 
1848 
1849 
1850 
1851 

1852 
1853 
1854 
1855 
1856 
1857 
1858 
1859 
1860 
1861 
1862 
1863 



188 



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Table No. 1 — 



No. 



1864 
1865 

1866 
1867 
1868 
1869 
1870 
1871 
1872 
1873 
1874 
1875 
1876 
1877 
1878 
1879 
18S0 
1881 
1882 
1883 
1884 
1885 
1886 
1887 
1888 
1889 
1890 
1891 
1892 
1893 

1894 
1895 
1896 
1897 
1898 

1899 
1900 
1901 
1902 
1903 
1904 
1905 
1906 

1907 
1908 
1909 
1910 
1911 
1912 
1913 



County 



Wayne. 
...do... 



....do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
.... do.. 
....do.. 
.... do- 
WHkes. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
.... do_. 
.... do.. 
.do.. 
....do.. 
..„do„ 

..do.. 

.-do.. 

..do- 

..do.. 
....do„ 

..do.. 

..do.. 

..do.. 

-do- 



...do. 
...do. 
...do. 
...do. 
...do. 

...do. 
...do. 
...do. 

..-do. 
...do. 
....do. 
.—do. 
....do. 



— do— 

___do„ 
..._do-. 
..-do- 
Wilson. 
— do.. 
.-.do- 



Post office 



Goldsboro. 
__.do 



-.do 

...do 

...do - 

-_do 

Mount Olive. 

.-do 

-.do 



...do 

--_do 

Pikeville 

Benham 

Boomer 

Buck 

...do 

Cycle 

Dehart 

...do 

Lovelace 

..-do - 

Moravian Falls. 
...do 



New Castle 

Pores Knob 

Recldie^ River.. 
Roaring River. 

....do 

Ronda 

.._-do 



...do 

...do 

Springfield 

Wilkesboro, R.l- 
Wilkedboro.. 



North Wilkesboro. 

...do 

...do 

.—do 

...do 

.___do 

...do 

...do 



Factory 



—do 

do 

...do 

....do 

Sims 

Stantonsburg. 
—do 



Spence Brothers.. 
Spence Motor Co. 



Utility Mfg. Co 

Virginia Lumber and Box Co... 
Wayne Agricultural Works, Inc. 

Wayne Red Brick Co 

Z. V. Harrell 

Y. F. Jones Mill 

Mount Olive Mfg. Co 

Truckers Mfg. Co — 

M. F. Waters 

N. B. Talton Co 

Spicer Lumber Mill 

G. L. Livingston 

A. P. Minton's Sawmill... 

J. G. Parsons 

J. F. Walker 

Harold Brothers.. 

J. W. Walker 

D. A. Holleman 

G. E. Robinett's Sawmill 

Broyhill Bros 

Moravian Power Co 

L. &C. Mill 

R. C. Meadows Mill Mfg. Co.... 

J. L. Whittington 

Blue Ridge Mill Co 

C. H. Greenwood 

Bridalveil Canning Co 

The Church Lumber Co.. 



Palmer's Sawmill 

Yadkin Valley Mill and Lumber Co. 

Blevins Mills 

G. E. Pearson's Corn Mill 

Wilkesboro Pottery 



Hustler Publishing Co 

W. C. Meadows Mill Co 

New Williams Mill Co 

Reins Bros.. 

Eli Sebastian 

S. V. Tomlinson's Brick Yard 

S. V. Tomlinson's Canning House. 
J. M. Wellborn's Harness and Re- 
pair Shop 

The Wilkesboro Mfg. Co 

Wilkesboro Tannery 

No. Wilkesboro Coca-Cola Bot. Co. 

Wyatt & Miller 

R. Lee Scott 

J. F. Coley's Sawmill 

James I. Harrison — 



President 



Z. B. Spence, Owner 
Royall II. Spence, 

Prop 

J. L. Borden... 

F. W. Nufer L 

D. W. Davis 

Geo. A. Norwood... 



Y. F. Jones, Owner. 

L. A. Bird, Sr 

S. L. Warren 



N. B. Talton... 

J. M. Spicer, Owner. 



M. E. Broyhill, Mgr. 
S. S. Coachman 



Floyd C. Forester... 



L. J. Salmons. 



R. G. Parker 

T. W. Church, Gen- 
eral Manager 

G. W. Palmer, Out.. 

R. L. Hickerson 

Geo. E. Blevins, Owr 



B. J. Kennedy, Owr. 
and Manager 

J. C. Smoot 

J. D. Moore 

C. Call 

J. C. Reins, Manager 



W. L.Yates, Mgr... 

J. G. Hackett 

Wm. B. Smoot 

W. A. McNeil 



Miscellaneous Factories 



189 



Continued 



Secretary 



Articles Manufactured 



Capital 
Stock 



No. 



Chas. H. Burrough 

W. F. Nufer 

Thos. H. Holmes 

S. B. Taylor 

H. C. Hatcher 

Mrs. N. B. Talton 

J. T. Humphries 

S. A. Mitchell 

R. C. Meadows 

C. H. Greenwood 

R. L. Hickerson 

R. B. Pharr, Treasurer 

J. E. Caudill 

R. G. Finley 

A. A. Finley 

Robt. S. Jones 

C. O. McNeil 

W.A.Miller 



Salt brick •. 

Repairing and selling automobiles; manufacturing 

auto tops 

Box shooks 

Rough and dressed lumber 

Agricultural implements 

Brick 



Lumber and truck packages 

Flour, meal 

Vegetable packages, crates, barrels, baskets, etc. 

Barrels, baskets, and crates 

Ice-cream 

Lumber; corn meal; general repairing 

Rough and dressed lumber; ties 

Flour and meal 

Lumber 

Lumber; corn meal 

Lumber 

Lumber 

Rough lumber 

Lumber 

Rough and dressed lumber 

Rough lumber 

Electricity 

Flour and corn meal 

Corn mills 

Building material 

Grist mills 

Flour, meal, and feedstuff 

Canning fruits and vegetables 



1918 
1907 
1903 
1888 
1913 
1908 



1909 
1921 
1920 
1918 



1885 
1909 
1921 



1916 
1910 



1916 
1914 
1908 
1918 
1910 
1919 
1910 
1921 



Box shooks 

Lumber 

Box shooks and crates. 
Flour, meal, and feed.. 
Meal and feed 



Stoneware 

Publishing newspaper 

Farm machinery 

Corn mills 

Monuments and tombstones.. . 

Rough lumber 

Brick 

Canning vegetables and fruits _ 



1920 
1912 



1914 



1896 



Harness of all kinds; repairing of same. 

Building material 

Sole leather 

Coca-Cola and soft drinks 

Grist milling 

Meal 

Lumber 

Lumber 



1908 
1914 
1895 
1912 
1916 
1912 

1899 
1896 
1894 
1903 
1918 



90,000 
20,000 
24,000 
20,000 
3,000 
3,000 
20,000 
42,000 



5,000 



1,000 
800 
250 



100 

400 

3,950 



30,000 
2,000 
15,000 
3,000 
21,500 
10,000 
20,000 

25,000 
1,900 

10,000 
2,000 



1,000 

2,500 

51,000 

12,000 

3,500 



12,000 
20,000 

1,500 
19,700 
112,000 
25,000 



1,000 



1864 

1865 
1866 
1867 
1868 
1869 
1870 
1871 
1872 
1873 
1874 
1875 
1876 
1877 
1878 
1879 
1880 
1881 
1882 
1883 
1884 
1885 
1886 
1887 
1888 
1889 
1890 
1891 
1892 

1893 
1894 
1895 
1896 
1897 



1899 
1900 
1901 
1902 
1903 
1904 
1905 

1906 
1907 
1908 
1909 
1910 
1911 
1912 
1913 



190 



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Table No. 1- 



No. 



1914 
1915 
1916 
1917 
1918 
1919 
1920 
1921 
1922 
1923 
1924 
1925 
1926 
1927 
1928 
1929 
1930 
1931 
1932 

1933 
1934 
1935 

1936 
1937 
1938 
1939 
1940 
1941 
1942 
1943 
1944 
1945 
1946 
1947 
1948 



County 



Wilson.. 
....do— 
....do... 
....do... 
....do... 
....do— 
....do... 
....do— 

Yadkin. 
....do— 
....do... 
....do... 
....do— 
....do... 
....do— 
....do... 
....do... 
....do— 
....do... 



....do. 
....do. 
....do. 



....do... 
....do— 
....do— 
Yancey. 
____do— 
....do... 
....do... 
....do... 
....do... 
....do— 
....do... 
....do— 
....do... 



Postoffice 



Stantonsburg. 

Wilson 

...do 

...do 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



....do 

Boonville 

...do 

Cycle 

East Bend 

....do 

.._.do 

East Bend, R. 2. 
Hampton ville... 

....do 

....do 

Jonesville 



Yadkinsville. 

...do 

....do 



.do. 

.do. 



.-__do 

Burns ville. 

...do 

....do 

....do 

Carotenn.. 
Micaville.. 
Newdale.. 

..-_do 

Pensacola. 
....do 



Factorv 



Stantonsburg Lumber Co.. 
Barrett's Printing House. . 

Carolina Laundry 

Coca-Cola Bottling Co 

Contentnea Guano Co 

P. D. Gold Publishing Co. 

Hackney Bros., Inc 

Wilson Dye Works 

Boonville Flue Co 

Woodhouse Brothers 

Longtown Mill __ 

East Bend Milling Co 

D. G. Martin's Mill _._ 

Rockett & Hutchins 

A. L. Saylor's Sawmill 

Buck Shoal Roller Mill .... 
R. L. Johnson's Sawmill... 

Sloan & Segroves 

Cummings Sawmill 



Cranberry Mill 

J. H. Hauser's Mill 

J. B. Mason's and A. B. Warden's 

Roller Mill 

Yadkin Valley Roller Mills 

The Yadkin Ripple 

Yadkinville Buggy Co 

Ball Bros. Lumber Mfg. Co 

Burnsville Milling Co 

Edwards Printing Co 

Western Carolina Lumber Co 

I. MacEnglish 

Robt. Stamey & Sons 

Edward Blake 

Fuller Mica Co 

Carolina Spruce Co 

W. R. Rice Milling Co 



President 



S. H. Crocker 

J. E. Barrett, Owner 

A. Bishop 

W. N. Harrell 

P. L. Woodard 

F. D. Swindell 

Geo. Hackney 

L. W. High, Owner.. 
L. F. Amburn, Mgr. 



M. M. Prince, Miller. 
H. M. Wilhelm, Part. 



Part nership 

G. T. White, Prop... 



Partnership 

T. C. Cummings, 

Manager 

1. M. Hinshaw 



Isaac Shore 

W. E. Rutledge, Owr. 
W. G. Wooten_ 



V. L. Edwards. 
I Fred Arn 



Robt. Stamey. 



W. E. Richardson... 
C. S. Aldrich 



Miscellaneous Factories 



191 



Continued 



Secretary 



W. R. Rodgers 

A. E. Bishop 

J. T. Barnes 

Graham Woodard 

Jno. D. Gold 

Jno. N. Hackney. 

F. M. Woodhouse 

W. L. Mackie 

W. M. English.... 

J. L. Henderson.. 

W. H. Stanley.... 

W. F. Deneen 

Chas. K. Parry... 



Articles Manufactured 



Lumber 

Job printing 

Laundry 

Coca-Cola 

Acid phosphate and fertilizers 

Publish newspaper, job printing 

Buggies and autos, truck bodies 

Dry cleaning and dyeing 

Tobacco flues 

Buggies, repair shop 

Flour, meal, and feed 

Flour, meal, and feed 

Corn meal and chops 

Flour and meal 

Rough lumber 

Meal, flour, chicken coops, and lumber. 

Rough lumber 

Flour and meal; lumber 



Lumber, cross-ties 

Flour and feed, lumber- 
Meal and flour 



Flour, meal, and feedstuff. 

Flour, meal, and chops 

Newspaper, job printing... 

Finishing lumber 

Lumber and cross-ties 

Flour and corn meal 

Commercial printing 

Lumber 

Lumber 

Lumber 

Mica 

Water-ground mica 

Lumber 

Corn meal 



1920 
1897 
1909 
1909 
1907 
1902 
1920 
1913 
1915 
1881 
1911 
1914 
1915 



1912 
1899 
1918 



1911 
1910 



1909 
1896 
1892 
1912 
1902 
1914 
1901 
1918 
1908 



1914 
1920 
1910 



Capital 
Stock 



500 



250,000 
28,000 
18,400 

400,000 



2,000 



4,000 
10 



3,500 
3,000 
1,600 

2,000 
400 



150 
6,000 



4,100 
1,500 
6,000 



150,000 
5,000 



60,000 
70,600 



No. 



1914 
1915 
1916 
1917 
1918 
1919 
1920 
1921 
1922 
1923 
1924 
1925 
1926 
1927 
1928 
1929 
1930 
1931 

1932 
1933 
1934 

1935 
1936 
1937 
1938 
1939 
1940 
1941 
1942 
1943 
1944 
1945 
1946 
1947 
1948 



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MINES AND MINING* 

The total value of the minerals produced in North Carolina during 
1921, with exception of clay used in manufacture of brick, tile, and 
terra-cotta products, was $4,894,806. Mineral products produced were 
barytes, clay (including kaolin and stoneware), coal, feldspar, gold, 
granite, iron, limestone, marble, mica (including muscovite and biotite), 
millstones, mineral waters, peat, sand and gravel, sandstone, silver, talc, 
and soapstone. There were 71 producers of the above minerals, who 
obtained their production from the following 36 counties : Anson, Avery, 
Buncombe, Caswell, Cherokee, Cleveland, Craven, Cumberland, Dur- 
ham, Forsyth, Haywood, Henderson, Jackson, Lee, Lenoir, Lincoln, 
Macon, Madison, McDowell, Mecklenburg, Mitchell, Montgomery, 
Moore, New Hanover, Rockingham, Rowan, Sampson, Scotland, Stokes, 
Surry, Union, Vance, Wake, Wayne, Wilson, and Yancey. 

In Tables 1 and 2 are given the mineral products of the State and 
leading producing counties ; the mineral producing counties and their 
leading mineral products. In Table 3 there is given a list of the minerals 
produced in the State during 1921 and the value of their production. 
Where there is only one producer of a mineral, the value of this pro- 
duction is included in some other mineral. A classified list of mineral 
producers in North Carolina is also given. 



♦Statistics gathered in cooperation with the North Carolina Geological and Economic Sur- 
vey, Col. Joseph Hyde Pratt, Director. 



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Table No. 1 — Mineral Products in North Carolina, and Leading Producing 

Counties. 



Mineral 



Principal Producing Counties in Order of Value in 1921 



Barytes 

Clay (kaolin and stoneware clay). 



Coal 

Gold 

Feldspar. 
Granite.. 



Iron ore 

Limestone. 

Marble _ 

Mica (muscovite, biotite) 

Millstones 

Mineral waters 

Peat 

Sand and gravel 



Sandstone (quartzite). 
Silver 

Talc and soapstone 



Madison. 

Mitchell, Haywood, Yancey, Jackson, Buncombe, Lincoln, 

Union. 
Lee. 

Montgomery. 

Mitchell, Yancey, Buncombe. 
Surry, Rowan, .Caswell, Vance, Buncombe, Rockingham, 

Wilson, Henderson, Mecklenburg. 
Cherokee. 

Henderson, Madison, McDowell, New Hanover. 
Cherokee. 

Yancey, Mitchell, Avery, Haywood, Macon, Caswell. 
Rowan. 

Stokes, Mecklenburg, Durham, Wayne, Cleveland. 
Craven. 
Scotland, Sampson, Anson, Moore, Lenoir, Montgomery, 

Forsyth, Wake, Cumberland. 
Cherokee. 
Montgomery. 
Moore. 



Table No. 2 — Mineral Producing Counties and Their Leading Mineral 

Products. 



County 


Principal Mineral Products in Order 
of Value in 1921 




Sand and gravel. 






Granite, clay, sand, and feldspar. 






Marble, iron ore, sandstone (quartzite). 










Sand and gravel. 






Sand and gravel. 
Clay, mica. 
Limestone, granite. 










Clay (stoneware). 
Coal 














Limestone, barytes. 
Limestone. 


McDowell 


Mitchell... _ 

Montgomery. . . 


Feldspar, clay, mica. 

Gravel. 

Talc and soapstone. 

Limestone. 


New Hanover... _ . _______ __ _______ 


Rowan __ 

Sampson __________________________ 

Scotland _ 


Granite, millstones. 

Engine sand. 

Sand (glass sand, engine sand, etc.' 1 . 



314 North Carolina Industrial Statistics 

Table Xo. 2 — Continued. 



County 

Stokes 

Surry 

Union 

Vance . 

Wake 

Wayne 

Wilson 

Yancey 



Principal Mineral Products in Order 
of Value in 1921 



Mineral waters. 

Granite. 

Clay (stoneware). 

Granite. 

Gravel. 

Mineral waters. 

Granite. 

Clay, feldspar, mica. 



Table No. 3 — Mineral Production in North Carolina During 


1921. 


Mineral 


Quantity 


Value 




a_. 

11,500 tons 
623,438 tons 

116,730 tons 
38,018 tons 
82 oz. 


a% 

a. 
a 






188,912 


Coal 


140 6°8 


Feldspar: 

Crude 


2 95, 996 




325,625 


Gold.. 


1,700 


Granite . . . 


1.820,818 




583 tons 

r96,646 tons 

a 

230,532 tons 
1,353 tons 


1,859 




249,310 


Marble _ . . 




Mica: 

Sheet 


51,851 




30,496 




3,802 






10,141 


Peat 


a 






rfl,666,161 






1,400' 


Silver 


13 oz. 
606 tons 


13 


Talc and soapstone _ 


7,250 

a48,844 








Total 




4,804,806 









a. Includes the value of the production of barytes, marble and peat. These are combined as 

there are less than three producers of these minerals. 

b. The small production of coal is due to the fact that during the year a large part of the 

time was given to sinking a new shaft, and exploration work. 

c. This includes 57,463 tons of crushed limestone used for concrete, principally in road work. 

d. This large increase in the production of sand and gravel is due to the large amount used for 

road purposes and also the large production of special grades of sand known as glass, 
molding, blast, engine, sawing and filter sands. 



Mines and Mining 



315 



MINERAL PRODUCERS IN NORTH CAROLINA DURING 1921 



P.ARYTES I 

Anson G. Betts, Hot Springs. 

Brick and Tile : 

G. C. Shehan Brick Company, Ashe- 
ville. 

W. A. Walker & Co., Winston- 
Salem. 

B. X. and R. F. Linville, Kerners- 
ville. 

J. Wilbur Crews, Brickyard, Win- 
ston-Salem. 

R. W. Hedgecock, Winston-Salem. 

R. F. Byerly, Winston-Salem. 

Whitfield Bros., Walkertown. 

Kendrick Brick and Tile Company, 
Mount Holly. 

G. A. B. Lewis, Belmont. 

Gaston Brick Company, Charlotte. 

Mo-Ho Brick Company, Mount 
Holly. 

Harrison Brick Company, Lowell. 

Cunningham Brick Company, 
Greensboro. 

Pomona Terra-Cotta Company, 
Pomona. 

Scotland Neck Brick Company, 
Scotland Neck. 

W. L. House, Scotland Neck. 

Goldsboro Brick Works. Goldsboro. 

W. E. Smith & Bro., Scotland Neck. 

Lillington Brick Company. Lilling- 
ton. 

D. S. Hildebrand, Brickton. 

Fletcher Brick Company, Asheville. 

Elon Brick Company, Elon College. 

Parks & Jeffreys, Burlington. 

Trolinger & Montgomery, Haw 
River. 

Pamlico Brick and Tile Company, 
Washington. 

Duckworth Brick Company, Mor- 
ganton. 

Hoover Bros. Brick Company, 
Lenoir. 

M. M. Hinton, Shiloh. 

L. W. Poovey Brick Company, 
Hickory. 

Cherokee Brick Company (Proprie- 
tors, Johnson & Johnson Com- 
pany), Raleigh. 

Carpenter & McGill, Kings Moun- 
tain. 

Logan & Morris Brick Plant, Kings 
Mountain. 

Roger Moore's Sons & Co., Wilming- 
ton. 

Cerro-Gordo Brick Company, 
Cerro-Gordo. 

Eubanks & Stewart, Clark. 



Brick and Tile — Continued. 
Clark Brick and Tile Company, 

Clark. 
Carolina Brick Company, Kinston. 
Stevenson Brick Company, New 

Bern. 
New Bern Brick Company, New 

Bern. 
Peoples Brick Company, New Bern. 

E. A. Poe Brick Company, Inc., 
Fayetteville. 

C. W. Rankin, Fayetteville. 

L. A. Smith & Son, Denton. 

Faison Brick Company, Rocky 
Mount. 

Cheek & Belvin, Durham. 

Fitzgerald Brick Company, Dur- 
ham. 

J. B. Macready, Chinquapin. R. 1. 

Gordon Town Brick Works. Thomas- 
ville. 

Ragan Brick Company, Thomasville. 

Statesville Brick Company, States- 
ville. 

Selma Brick Company, Selma. 

Sanders and C. W. Beasley, Smith- 
field. 

Goldston Brick Company, Cumnock. 

Thomas Bros, Brick Company, 
Jonesboro. 

Moseley Brick and Shingle Com- 
pany, Kinston. 

Riverside Brick Company, Char- 
lotte. 

T. L. Maness. Star. 

Kivett Brick Company. Carthage. 

Nash Brick Company, Rocky Mount. 

Elizabeth City Brick Company. 
Elizabeth City. 

J. T. Harrell, Burgaw. 

W. J. Gardner & Son, Bethel. 

W. H. Dail, Jr., Greenville. 

Liberty Brick Company. Liberty. 

Glenola Brick Company. High Point. 

Reaves Manufacturing Company. 
Proctorville. 

W. C. Bracey & Sons, Rowland. 

J. M. Hoffer Construction Com- 
pany, Leaksville. 

Reidsville Concrete Construction 
Company, Reidsville. 

The Mussman Brick and Lumber 
Company, Salisbury. 

Yadkin River Brick Yard. Salis- 
bury. 

Isenhour Brick Company. Spencer. 

Bostic Brick Company. Bostic. 

F. A. Faison, Roseboro. 

J. B. Bryan, Roseboro. R. 1. 
Hedgecock Brick Company. Walnut 
Cove. 



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Xorth Carolina Industrial Statistics 



Brick and Tile — Continued. 

Pointlexter Brick Company. Elkin. 

John L. Banner, Mount Airy. R. 2. 

C. C. Midkift\ Mount Airy. It. 2. 

Yadkin River Brick Company. New 
London. 

Mount Airy Brick Company, Mount 
Airy, R. 2. 

Plymouth Brick Company. Ply- 
mouth. 

Borden Brick and Tile Company. 
Goldsboro. 

Grant Brick Works, Weldon. 

Wayne Red Brick Company. Golds- 
boro. 

H. Weil & Bros.. Goldsboro. 

Gordon Brick Company, North 
Wilkeshoro. 

Holly Springs Land and Improve- 
ment Company. Holly Springs. 

Coal : 

Cumnock Coal Mining Company, 

G. H. Hill, Supt, Cumnock. 
Carolina Coal Company. J. R. Mc- 
Queen, Pres., Southern Pines ; 
C. M. Reeves, Mgr., Sanford. 

Feldspar : 

Clinchfield Products Corporation, 
350 Broadway. New York. 

Edward Blake. Boonford. 

Carolina Feldspar Company, Ashe- 
ville. 

H. C. Smith, Burnsville. 

Carolina Spar and Mica Company, 
239 Peachtree St., Atlanta, Ga. 

T. C. Rohinson, Boonford. 

Wiseman Mines Corporation, 
Spruce Pine. 

Penland Feldspar and Kaolin Com- 
pany. Penland. 

Carolina Mineral Companv, Pen- 
land. 

Big Ridge Mining Company, Pen- 
land. 

Gold : 

Pioneer Gold Mining Company. 

Harris! >urg. R. 2. 
Gold Hill Recovery Companv. Gold 

Hill. 

Granite : 

Asheville Construction Company. 
Gales Building. Asheville. 

Valentine & Co.. Inc.. Asheville. 

Wright & Dixon. Hendersonvillc. 
R. F. P. 

Atlantic Bitulithic Company. Rich- 
mond. Ya. 



Granite — Continued. 

Blue Pearl Granite Company, 

Winston-Salem. 
Harris Granite Quarries Company, 

Salisbury. 
Artz & Brown. Salisbury, R. ::. 
H. R. Seaford, Granite Quarry. 
B. C. Eagle. Salisbury, R. ::'. Box 

125. 

Salisbury Granite Corporation. 
Salisbury. 

North Carolina Granite Corpora- 
tion, Mount Airy. 

Raleigh Granite Company, Raleigh. 

Neverson Granite Company. Simms. 

Iron : 

Southern Iron Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Andrews. 

Cranberry Furnace Company. 
Johnson City, Tenn. 

Ilea ton & Russell. Andrews. 

Cherokee Operating Company. 
Andrews. 

Limestone : 

Blue Ridge Lime Companv. Ashe- 
ville. 

Commissioners of New Hanover 
County. Wilmington. 

G. C. Buquo Lime Company. Hot 
Springs. 

Clinchfield Lime Companv. Ashe- 
ville. 

Marble : 

The Regal Marble Companv. Ashe- 
ville. 

Mica : 

American Mica Company, Newton 

Lower Falls. Mass. 
J. Peter Benfield, Plumtree. 
B. W. Buchanan, Kona. 
Elk Mining Company. Plumtree. 
James Gouge, Celo. 
Jacob Henry, Ellijay. 
The Milton Mica Company. P. O. 

Box 421. Richmond. Ya. 
North Carolina Mica Companv. 

R. D. Sisk, Franklin. 
Roofing Mica Company. Spruce 

Pine. 
J. C. Pittman, Penland. 
Jacob Renfro. Green Mountain. 
Wm. M. Watson & Sons. Plumtree. 
Wilson & McNeil. Celo. 
W. W. Wiseman. Ingalls. 
Wiseman Mines Corporation. 

Spruce Pine. 



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317 



Millstones : 

Byrd Bros., Salisbury, R.F.D. 
Fisher & Davis, Salisbury, R. 3, 

Box 17. 
Gardner Bros., Salisbury. 
J. T. Wyatt, Salisbury, R. 3, Box 10. 

Mineral Waters : 

Cleveland Mineral Springs, Shelby. 

A. H. Alexander, Derita. 

J. J. Riley, West Durham. 

Mida Spring Water Company. 
Charlotte. 

Moores Mineral Springs, Moores 
Springs. 

Dr. Robt. L. Holloway, Rivermont 
Carbonated Springs, West Dur- 
ham. 

G. M. Maxwell. Seven Springs. 

Shelby Lithia Water Co., Shelby. 

Peat : 

Phos-Pho Germ Manufacturing 
Company, New Bern. 



Sand and Gravel : 

Gale Sand Company. Gibson. 

W. R. Bonsai Co., Lilesville. 

Norfolk-Southern R. R. Co., Nor- 
folk, Ya. (Wake County. N. C.) 

G. W. Tull. Kinston. 

Orinoco Supply Company, Winston- 
Salem. 

The West Construction Company, 
Kinston. 

Carolina Sand and Gravel Company, 
Carthage. 

Sam Lawrence & Co.. Raleigh. 

J. T. Rich. Garland. 

Sandstone : 

W. A. Evans, Ranger. 
Silver : 

Pioneer Gold Mining Company, 
Harrisburg, R. 2. 

Talc a nd Soapstone : 

Talc Products Company, 8-9 Han- 
over St., New York ; Glendon, 
N. C. 



ACCIDENTS IN MINES 

There was reported to the Department one fatal mine accident during 
the period covered by this report. This occurred in the mine of the 
Cumnock Coal Mining Company, at Cumnock, Chatham County, and 
was investigated by the Commissioner. 

On the night of May 6, 1922, Ernest Thomas, colored, employed as a 
coal miner, was killed by falling slate which had not been scaled before 
starting to work. The testimony of witnesses examined was to the effect 
that Thomas had entered the mine alone and started to work without 
examining the roof; therefore, not detecting the loose rock which later 
fell and crushed him to death. It was testified that scaling was a part 
of the work required of every miner, and for which each was paid. 

All testimony was under oath and the witnesses examined were: W. H. 
Hill, superintendent; Dr. Pi. W. Palmer, who was summoned to the mine 
as soon as the accident Avas reported, and Edward Mclver, Simon Adkins, 
and Hobert Taylor, colored miners who had been working with Thomas. 
The three colored men testified that Thomas was picking alone in a 
remote heading under a large piece of draw slate, which must have been 
dislodged by a stroke of the pick, or loosened by falling substances, and 
fell upon him. He was found lying on his side with the slate upon him, 
already dead when they reached the fatal spot. The body was imme- 
diately brought to the surface by the three colored men and taken to the 
home of the deceased, where the remains were examined by Doctor 
Palmer. 

Being questioned concerning the failure to hold an inquest over the 
remains, Superintendent Hill testified that the reason this was not done 
"was because this man's people insisted upon taking him to Oxford, 
IS. C, in another county, for burial on the morning following the acci- 
dent." The body was rescued about 9 o'clock in the evening. 

After a full and careful investigation of the occurrence, and the taking 
of testimony from all available witnesses, it did not appear that the 
owners or operators of the mine were responsible for the accident to a 
degree that would justify action against them, except for the failure to 
report the same to the Department within the time required by law. 
This fact was later reported verbally to the solicitor of the judicial 
district in which the county of Chatham is located. 

A thorough inspection of the heading in Avhich the accident occurred 
revealed no evidence of neglect on the part of the mine owners, or their 
agents, to provide for the safety of the miners, either as to bracing or 
ventilation. 



CHAPTER VII 



WATERPOWERS* 

Of all the natural resources of North Carolina, there are perhaps none 
of so much value to the State in connection with her industrial develop- 
ment as her waterpowers. The value of these waterpowers cannot be 
overestimated, and this refers not only to the larger streams capable of 
developing from 10,000 to 40,000 horsepower, but particularly to the 
great number of small waterpowers capable of developing from a few 
to several hundred horsepower. These latter are to be found in all parts 
of the central and western portions of the State and are sufficient for the 
requirements of some local industry. Their development does not 
require a very large outlay of capital, so that they are usually within 
the reach of the individual or a company of moderate means. In many 
instances their development and utilization will mean that throughout 
the State many small manufacturing plants can be established whose 
operations are independent of fuel and whose establishment would be 
impossible if they were dependent upon coal to develop their power. 

Many of these waterpowers in the State, which formerly could not 
be utilized on account of their location, can now be developed and used 
to advantage by installing at the waterpower an electric plant and 
transmitting electric power to the point of consumption. There are 
many towns in North Carolina that are now without electric lights or 
power which could, at comparatively small expense, obtain the same by 
the development of waterpowers that are sufficiently large for the pur- 
pose and located close to the towns. 

Of all southern states, North Carolina stands perhaps first in the 
number and magnitude of available waterpowers, and, when all factors 
regarding the development and utilization of these waterpowers are con- 
sidered, there is perhaps no state in the Union equal to North Carolina 
in this respect. 

There is given in the following table a list of the states east of the 
Mississippi River, which have been ranked in the order of their minimum 
potential waterpower resources. 



♦This chapter on waterpowers of North Carolina was prepared by the N. C. Geological and 
Economic Survey. 



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North Carolina Industrial Statistics 



States East of the Mississippi River Ranked in Order of Minimum Potential Waterpower 

Resources 



State 


Per Cent 
of Total 
Potential 
Power in 
United 
States 


Per Cent of 

Potential 

Power 

East of 

Mississippi 

River 


New York _ 


3.71 
2.07 
1.82 
1.76 
1.66 
1.64 
1.59 
1.36 
1.34 
1.29 
.99 
.69 
.64 
.48 
.43 
.33 
.30 
.26 
.21 
.17 
.16 
.16 
.11 
.03 
.02 
.02 


16 


North Carolina, _:._ __ 


8 9 




7 8 


Virginia .......... 


7 6 


Te n nessee 


7 2 




7 l 


Maine _ I 


6 9 




.') 9 




5 8 


Wisconsin ___ . ._ 






4.3 


Illinois _ _ . . 


3.0 




2.8 


New Hampshire _ 


2.0 


Massachusetts 


1.85 


Vermont... 


1.43 




1.28 




1.11 


Ohio. 


.90 


Maryland and District of Columbia ... ___ . 


.72 




.68 




.68 




.46 


Florida _ 


.43 




.09 


Delaware 


.09 






Totals 


23.23 


100.00 







The North Carolina Geological and Economic Survey estimates the 
potential waterpower resources of the State as follows : 

Horsepower 

Minimum potential waterpower 578,000 

Maximum potential waterpower 875.000 

Maximum power with storage 2,000,000 



The "minimum" power is based on the average minimum floAv for the 
two lowest periods of seven consecutive days in each year for seven years, 
and does not represent the actual minimum flow obtaining for a single 
day. The "maximum" power is based on a continuous power indicated 
by the flow of a stream for the six months of a year (not necessarily 
consecutive) showing the highest flow during a period of seven years. 
This is the basis used by the United States Geological Survey in calcu- 
lating the waterpower resources of the states of the Union. Modern 
practice in power projects indicates a tendency to develop for this maxi- 
mum six months runoff, and consequently the "maximum" power indi- 



Waterpowers 321 

cates more nearly what power may be economically developed by water- 
power with steam auxiliary. The "maximum power with storage" is the 
quantity dependent upon the volume of water that may be impounded 
by reservoir and used to carry the plant over periods of deficient flow. 
It is thus variable for every stream and each development, and is pre- 
sented here merely as an approximate estimate. Undoubtedly within 
the next twenty or thirty years many waterpower sites not now con- 
sidered possible of economical development will have become of con- 
siderable value by reason of the increase in cost of coal and of new 
inventions in generation and transmission of power. At the present 
time a certain proportion of the theoretical undeveloped potential power 
is not economically available. 

Of this power 360,000 horsepower is now being used. This water- 
power development is approximately as given in the table below : 

Total 
Southern Power Company : Horsepower 

Bridgewater 30,000 

Lookout Shoals 33,000 

63,000 

Carolina Power and Light Company : 

Blewitt Falls 32,150 

Buckhorn Falls 3,350 

35,500 

Aluminum Company of America (Tallassee Power Co. ) : 

Badin 93,000 

Narrows of Yadkin 20.000 

Cheoah 72,000 

185,000 

Blue Ridge Power Company: 

Tuxedo ." S.000 

8,000 

North Carolina Power Company : 

Ivy. Marshall, and Weaver Plants 7,750 

7.750 

Other public utility plants less than 5.000 horsepower 14,292 

Manufacturing plants. Census of 1914 41.181 

Estimated manufacturing developments since 1914 5,277 

Total horsepower 360,000 

Of this total of 360,000 horsepower, 80,000 horsepower, or 32. per cent, 
is transmitted for use outside the State, and 113,000 horsepower at 
Badin, or 31 per cent, is used in the local reduction of aluminum. The 
remaining 167,000 horsepower available for general industrial and public 
use amounts to only 46 per cent of the total developed in the State. Of 
this approximately 45,000 horsepower is developed and used for private 
manufacturing establishments in relatively small units. Practically 
there is available for general use only the power developed by the public 
utility companies, amounting to about 135,000 horsepower. Of the 



322 North Carolina Industrial Statistics 

latter, the Southern Power Company and the Carolina Power and Light 
Company develop 98,500 horsepower, or 73 per cent, which is 27 per 
cent of the total of the developed power in the State. Some proportion 
of the 41,000 horsepower used by manufacturers is also controlled by 
these companies. 

New power developments are being contemplated by several of the 
larger companies, as follows: 

The Southern Power Company contemplates a new development of 
80,000 horsepower on the Catawba River; the Tallassee Power Company 
has made provision for adding 41,000 horsepower at Badin and 25,000 
horsepower at Cheoah, and has plans under way to develop 200,000 
horsepower on the Little Tennessee River; and the Carolina Power 
and Light Company is making plans for developing 35,000 horsepower 
on the Pee Dee River. 

In addition to the above, there is probably some 250,000 horsepower 
available at sites suitable for economical construction. The North Caro- 
lina Geological and Economic Survey is making county waterpower sur- 
veys, and during the summer of 1921 investigated waterpower sites in 
Wilkes and Surry counties totaling some 40,000 continuous horsepower, 
ranging in installations of from 500 to 20,000 horsepower capacity. 
Large available undeveloped powers remain on the Hiawassee, Nottely, 
Prench Broad, Watauga, Toe and New rivers in western North Carolina, 
and on the Yadkin, Deep and Cape Fear rivers in central North Caro- 
lina. 

Notwithstanding the amount of undeveloped waterpower that North 
Carolina possesses, it will not be sufficient to meet the needs of industry 
for any definite period in the future, and coal or other fuel must con- 
tinue to play an important part as auxiliary to waterpower develop- 
ment. 

In 1919 the output of power by development of waterpowers Avas 89 
per cent of the total, and in 1920 93 per cent of the total power used. 
It seems reasonably conservative to estimate that the average annual 
rate of increase of power output in North Carolina from 1920 to 1930 
will be at least 10 per cent. This estimate would only make the total 
increase amount in 1930 to 160 per cent of the present output ; whereas 
in the ten years from 1907 to 1917 the power output increased nearly 
2,700 per cent. An estimate of the horsepower required in 1920 to sup- 
ply industrial demands in North Carolina has been made by Mr. Thorn- 
dike Saville, hydraulic engineer of the North Carolina Geological and 
Economic Survey, as follows : 

Total output in 1920 = 757,303,000 kw. hr. (U. S. G. S. data for Public 
Utility Plants only.*) 

Output in 1919 was approximately 652,775,000 kw. hr. Thus there has been 
an increase of 104,52S,000 kw. hr. in the past year, or about 16%. 



*Data on output from public utility plants is taken from U. S. G. S. statistics of 1920 and 
here includes the plant of the Tallassee Power Company at Badin. Beginning- in 1921 the 
U. S. G. S. omits this plant from public utility plants in North Carolina, and has revised its 
1920 statistics accordingly. The output of public utility stations alone in 1920 was 259,708,000 
kw. hr., of which 80 per cent was generated by waterpower. 



"Waterpowers 323 

Assuming an annual increase of only 10% per year between 1920, 1925 and 
1930, gives from electric generating stations in — 
1925—1.219,645,000 kw. hr., and in 
1930—1,964,250,000 kw. hr. 
The output of electrical energy by waterpower alone in North Carolina by 
central stations in 1920 was 706,961,000 kw. hr., and was 93% of the total 
output. 
The installed horsepower of these plants was 228,000 horsepower. Thus 
706,961,000 

there was produced ■ — 3,101 kw. hrs. per horsepower per year. 

228,000 
One horsepower per year of 300 operating days = 0.746 X 24 X 300 = 5,371 

3,101 

kw. hr. This gives an annual capacity factor of = 0.58. Assume in 

5,371 
1930 a capacity factor of 0.60. Then output per installed horsepower will be 
5371 X 0.60 = 3223 kw. hr. 

There will be needed in 1925 by central stations only : 
1.219,645,000 

X .95 = 359,500 horsepower, and in 1930 

3223 
1,964,250,000 

X -95 = 579,000 horsepower, assuming output by 

3223 
waterpower increases from 93% to 95% of the total output. 

228,000 h. p. 
In 1920 generating stations reporting output were about = 



360,000 h. p. 
063 = 63% of total installed horsepower. 

359,500 

Therefore total installed horsepower required in 1925 = = 570,000 

0.63 
579,000 

h. p., and total installed horsepower required in 1930 = = 919.000 h. p. 

0.63 
Since present installed horsepower in North Carolina is about 360,000, there 
must be a gain of 570,600 — 360,000 = 210,000 horsepower installed before 1925, 
and of 919,000 — 360,000 = 559,000 horsepower installed before 1930, an increase 
of 160% in the next ten years. 

This indicates additional capacity assumed necessary to be installed some- 
where to supply hydro-electric energy to North Carolina. It is based on the 
following three assumptions : 

(1) That demand for power increases at 10% per year, as compared with an 
increase of 16% between 1919 and 1920. 

(2) That ratio of hydro-electric power to total power increases from 93% 
to 95%. 

(3) That capacity factor for all plants is the same as for public utility 
plants. 

The figures representing total output of power in 1930 as 1,964,250,000 kw. 
hr. are believed to be fairly representative of what the power demands are 
likely to be then. But that these will be met by any proportional increase in 
installed waterpower up to a million horsepower is regarded at this time as 
doubtful. That amount of undeveloped power undoubtedly exists in this State, 
but it seems probable that some part of the increased power demand will be 
met most economically by extra-state power, generated at very large stations 
in nearby states, and transmitted through interconnected systems to this and 
adjoining states. 



CHAPTER VIII 



FISHERIES AND FISHING 

The main industry of the coastal counties, by its enormous proportions 
overshadowing all others, is the fishing industry. 

The industry is being rapidly developed in a systematic way under the 
direction of a Fisheries Commission Board, composed of five members, 
appointed by the Governor for a term of four years. A Fisheries Com- 
missioner, selected by this board, together with two assistant commis- 
sioners, are charged with the duty of enforcing the laws, rules, and 
regulations governing the activities of fishermen of every class. 

A comprehensive law relating to the activities of all persons engaged 
in fishing for commercial purposes was enacted by the General Assembly 
of 1915. This law encountered strenuous opposition when its provisions 
first became known, but those interested in fishing for a livelihood appear 
to have become reconciled and the authorities now find little difficulty in 
effectively directing the legal machinery governing fishing operations in 
the State. 

Not only has the operation of the statute resulted in harmony among 
those engaged in the industry, dispelling the confusion and assuaging 
the bitterness. existing in former days; it likewise yields much more in 
revenue to the State than the cost of enforcement. Capt. John A. 
Nelson, the present commissioner, is making a record of economy, effi- 
ciency, and general development which presages big things for the future 
of North Carolina fisheries. One of the most attractive exhibits at the 
State Fair in October was that of the Fisheries Commission Board, 
installed by Captain Nelson, showing the great variety of products of 
North Carolina waters'. 

What the wheat, corn, cotton, and tobacco crops are to the western and 
middle counties, the fishing industry is to the coastal counties, and to 
many of those counties which lie on the banks of the great rivers of 
Eastern Carolina. From the dawn of our western civilization, yea, even 
when the early explorers traversed for the first time the waterways of 
the east, the greatness of our fishing possibilities Avere seen and recog- 
nized, for it was then said that the waters of the country now forming 
the eastern part of this State were so stocked with fish as to furnish, with 
small labor, the means of existence. 

The fishing industry now ranks as one of the most important indus- 
tries in the State, and in the coastal region is of greater value than any 
other. An effort was made to obtain statistics of the fishing industry 
in each county. In some cases, where the fishing interests of two adjoin- 
ing counties are closely allied, the statistics have also been combined, 
and in some cases the catch in one county, or a part of it, is credited to 



Fisheries and Fishing 325 



another on account of the river or sound running through two counties, 
and the fishermen living in one of the counties and fishing in another, 
and as to some of the rivers, where the fisheries are on a small scale, 
combinations of the figures for several counties have been made. 

The principal fishing grounds of the State are the sounds and the 
lower courses of the streams that enter into them. 

The coast of North Carolina, following the outer shores, is about three 
hundred miles long, but if the sounds and other indentations are con- 
sidered, the length is nearly 1,500 miles. The principal sounds of North 
Carolina are Currituck, Albemarle, Croatan, Roanoke, Pamlico, Core, 
and Bogue. 

Currituck is the most northern sound in the State; it runs parallel 
with the coast and extends from the Virginia State line to the eastern 
end of the Albemarle Sound ; it is forty miles in length and from three 
to four miles wide. It is extremely shallow, very few places over nine 
feet deep. 

Most of the fish in this sound are fresh- water fish; black bass and 
white perch are very abundant, and at the proper season striped bass 
and herring enter the sound in considerable numbers. This region is 
annually visited by enormous flocks of wild fowl, and is one of the most 
noted hunting resorts on the Atlantic Coast. 

Albemarle Sound has the distinction of being one of the largest coastal 
bodies of fresh water in the world. Its extreme length from east to 
west is 60 miles, and its maximum width is 15 miles, and contains 145 
square miles. Of all the North Carolina sounds, this is the most impor- 
tant from a fishery standpoint, and it is probable that there are few 
bodies of water of similar size in the world having more extensive fish- 
eries. . This importance is due to the fact that the region is annually 
visited by enormous bodies of shad, alewives, striped bass, and other 
desirable species. Eight rivers enter the sound, four on the north, 
two on the west, and two on the south, on nearly all of which extensive 
fisheries are carried on. 

Pamlico Sound and its tributaries, with the exception of Long Island 
Sound, is the largest sound on the Atlantic Coast. It is about seventy- 
five miles long and from 10 to 30 miles wide, the area being about 1,860 
square miles. The general depth is from 15 to 20 feet. It is separated 
from the ocean by long narrow strips of land called the "banks." This 
sound runs parallel with the ocean. The land known as the "banks" 
consists of low, desolate, barren sand-hills. The inhabitants depend for 
their livelihood almost entirely on fishing, oystering, and clamming. 

Pamlico Sound contains a great wealth of both fresh and salt water 
fish, and extensive areas are covered with natural-growth oysters. 

There are few states having as large a population so entirely depend- 
ent on the fisheries for a livelihood, and there are few sections in which 
the facilities for prosecuting the industry are more favorable. 



326 North Carolina Industrial Statistics 



The fisheries, therefore, possess a great economic interest to the State, 
and a proper knowledge of the extent, condition, and needs of the indus- 
try becomes of considerable importance to the citizens of the common- 
wealth. The statistical data herewith presented, secured in collaboration 
with Capt. John A. Nelson, Fisheries Commissioner, covers the com- 
mercial fishery interest of the State for the years 1921-1922, ending last 
November 30th. 

Yield of food fish, 15,024,376 pounds, valued at $734,076.81 ; shrimp, 
1,160,824 pounds, valued at $58,041.20; oysters, 500,000 bushels, valued 
at $125,000; clams, 41,157 bushels, valued at $82,314; escallops, 138,596 
gallons, valued at $415,707; soft crabs, 65,434 dozen, valued at $48,975; 
crab meat, 3,186 gallons, valued at $5,779. 

Total valuation of food fish and shell-fish, $1,469,893.51. Number 
menhaden taken, 201,438,000, the value of these being $604,000. Total 
valuation of yield for the period covered, $2,074,077.51. 

Value of boats employed in the industry, $3,191,547.50 ; nets, $651,450 ; 
other apparatus, $16,576. Total valuation of property, $3,859,573.50. 

All told, 10,900 persons were employed during the year, as follows : 
2,000 in the operation of 5,713 pound nets; 500 in handling 3,118 yards 
anchor gill nets; 150 for 2,846 yards stake gill nets; 200 for 1,229 yards 
drift gill nets; 7,050 in operating 24,873 seines and haul nets; 900 in 
directing 43 purse seines of 13,500 yards and a similar number of boats, 
with total capacity of 5,017 tons, and 100 in handling 5,331 fyke and 
trawl nets. 

The statistical tables give detailed information by counties comprising 
the coastal region of the State. 



Fisheries and Fishing 



327 



APPROXIMATE LENGTH AND WIDTH OF THE DIFFERENT SOUNDS 
AND RIVERS OF NORTH CAROLINA WHICH ARE NAVIGABLE 



Name 



North River , 

Pasquotank River 

Alligator River 

Alligator River (East Fork 

Long Shoal River 

Pungo River 

Bay River 

Neuse River 

Trent River 

White Oak River. 

New River.. 

Chowan River 

Roanoke River 

Little River 

Perquimans River 

North Landing River 

Scuppernong River 

Cashai River.. 

Middle River 

Albemarle Sound 

Pamlico Sound _ 

Core Sound 

Bogue Sound 

Roanoke Sound 

Bear Sound 

Stump Sound 

Browns Sound 

Swan Quarter Bay I— 

West Bay 

Rose Bay 

Jones Bay 



Length 



15 miles 
35 

5 

5i 

5 

20 
25 
60 
35 
12 
40 
75 
150 
15 
30 
10 
25 
30 



Width 
(at Mouth) 



2 miles 
3 



t3 
tJ 



•To Raleigh 



fOver Virginia line. 



328 



North Carolina Industrial Statistics 



TABLE A— GIA T ING THE CATCH 


OF FISH FOR 1921 AND 1922 


Species 


Hyde County 


Beaufort County 


Pounds 


Value 


Pounds 


Value 






8 




$ 








133,417 


10,539.19 
















9,257 
57,309 
100,621 
864,358 


952.47 


Perch 






3,750.32 


Shad 


20,000 


4.000.00 


20,124.56 
20.ni1.4A 








49,536 | 4,295.65 








1,091,457 29,091 95 










Totals 


20,000 


8 4,000.00 


2,305,955 


8 97,765.60 









Species 


Tyrrell County 


Perquimans C 


OUNTY 


Pounds 


Value 


Pounds 


Value 






$. 






S . 


Bluefish 








































Shad 


30,000 


6,000.00 


25,000 




5,000.00 
















All other kinds 


20,000 


200.00 


10,000 


100.00 


Totals 


50,000 


$ 


6,200.00 


35,000 


s 


5,100.00 



Species 


Pamlico and Craven 
Counties 


Currituck County 




Pounds 


Value 


Pounds 


Value 






S 




8 


Bluefish 


15,547 


846.00 














56,373 
11,556 
45,947 

654,498 
960 

658,476 


2,777.69 

996.05 

20,631.90 

40,666.09 

136.10 

16,340.19 








161,818 

2,227 

11,535 

178,426 

112,999 


14,158.86 


Shad 


44.50 


Squeteague (Trout) 


844.20 
IS, 097. 10 




2,581.77 






Totals. _- ..- 


1,443,357 


S 82.394.02 


467,005 


8 35,726.43 









Fisheries and Fishing 



329 



TABLE A— GIVING THE CATCH OF FISH FOR 192 


1 AND 1922- 


—Continued 




Carteret County 


Washington County 


Species 


Pounds 


Value 


Pounds 


Value 




550,877 

♦201,428,000 

1,338,791 

5,614 

67,783 

2,015,376 

209 

3,706,934 


$ 




$ 




32,891.50 

604,284.00 

47,847.96 

419.71 

10,743.70 

158,540.48 

24.50 

110,584.75 




















5,896 
6,082 


394.50 




1,898.50 














118,960 


1,537.10 








7,685,584 


$ 965,336.60 


130,938 


S 3,830.10 








New- Hanover County 


Dare County 


Species 


Pounds 


Value 


Pounds 


Value 










$ 




90,080 


4,021.35 


3,030 


168.00 








1,038,883 


18,592.28 


6,090 
23,620 

204,365 
44,180 
36,960 

120,045 


170.30 




852.45 




9,950 
538 


1,990.75 
56.19 


40,860.95 




2,730.35 




2,982.30 




1,097,876 


24,124.49 


3,117.95 








2,237,327 


S 65,785.06 


438,290 


S 51,082.30 








Chowan County 


Brunswick County 


Species 


Pounds 


Value 


Pounds 


Value 










$ 


















*92,000,000 


276,000.00 






















100,000 


20,000.00 
























100,000 


1,000.00 


10,920 


140.70 








200,000 


8 21,000.00 


10,920 


S 276,140.70 







'Number of Menhaden. 



CHAPTEE IX 



FARMS AND FARM LABOR 

There is an apparent tendency on the part of farm labor to leave 
agricultural pursuits for wage opportunities offered in commercial or 
industrial centers. This condition leads to the conclusion that the situa- 
tion in relation to farm labor is more or less chaotic. Farmers complain 
that they are unable to meet competitive wage scales offered in the urban 
labor market, and an opinion applicable to future developments would 
be mere conjecture. The present demand for farm labor is in excess 
of the visible supply, and, while it is to be hoped that labor conditions 
Avill improve, it is hardly probable that a sufficient army of agricultural 
workers can be mobilized to fully meet the needs of the farmers during 
the cropping year of 1923. 

Fertility of land is reported well maintained generally over the State, 
which retains its place near the head of the list of American common- 
wealths in the value and variety of its agricultural products, according 
to area and population. The diversity of products serves as a safeguard 
to the State, and energetic farmers "prove their faith by their works" 
by improving "each shining hour" during the growing seasons, which 
enables them to reap the benefits of double crops, consisting of late corn 
and vegetables of various kinds. 

The shortage of desirable labor serves as a serious check to progress on 
the farm, and the cooperation of all interested is needed in working out 
a just and equitable distribution of our labor supply. The exodus of 
strong, able-bodied male adults from the farms to the cities and towns 
has become more noticeable. Shortage of labor on the farm reduces pro- 
duction and results ill increased cost of food products to the consumer. 

Good prices for cotton, tobacco, and other products, improved high- 
ways and evidences of progress along various lines of endeavor are 
contributing factors in enabling the farmers to become better pleased 
with future prospects, and they are moving forward with hope and 
confidence. 

The educational and financial condition of our agricultural population 
shows continued improvement. Country life is coming to be more and 
more attractive for the reason that rural communities are constantly 
being supplied with conveniences and amusements which make for happi- 
ness and contentment. 

The following tables, compiled in collaboration with the Bureau of 
Crop Estimates, Department of Agriculture, present facts touching crop 
conditions in the State which, it is hoped, will be of general interest to 
the public. 



332 



North Carolina Industrial Statistics 



NORTH CAROLINA— 1921 CROPS 



Acreage 



Yield 
Per Acre 



Production 



Unit 
Value 



Value 
Per Acre 



Corn_ 

Wheat 

Oats 

Peas '. 

Soybeans 

Potatoes, sweet.. 
Potatoes, Irish... 

Rye 

Peanuts 

Cotton 

Tobacco 

Hay (tame) 

Hay (wild) 

Buckwheat 

Sorghum (syrup) 



2,552,000 
600,000 
170.000 

93,000 
113,000 
102,000 

46,000 

39,000 

141,000 

1,490,000 

468,000 

690,000 

42,000 
5,000 

32,000 



19.3 bu. 
-7.5 bu. 
18 bu. 

8.2 bu. 
bu. 

101 bu. 
88 bu. 
bu. 
lbs. 
lbs. 
lbs. 

1.3 tons 
1 ton 

17 bu. 
94 gals. 



7 
919 
264 
603 



49,254 

4,500 

3,060 

763 

2,034 

10,302 

4.048 

273 

129,579 

776 

282,204 

710 

42 

85 

3,008 



000 bu. 
000 bu. 
000 bu. 
000 bu. 
000 bu. 
000 bu. 
000 bu. 
000 bu. 
000 lbs. 
222 bales 
000 lbs. 
000 tons 
000 tons 
000 bu. 
000 gals. 



0.78 

1.44 

.70 

2.60 

2.05 

.97 

1.43 

1.25 

.056 

.164 

.26 

19.80 

13.00 

.85 

.78 



15.05 
10.80 
12.60 
21.32 
36.90 
97.97 

125.84 

8.75 

51.46 

43.29 

156.78 
20.39 
13.00 
14.45 
73.32 



NORTH CAROLINA— 1921 



County 


1920 
Revalu- 
ation 
Board's 
Plow Land, 
Acres 


Corn, 
Acres 


Cotton, 
Acres 


Tobacco, 
Acres 


Wheat, 
Acres 


Oats 

for 
Grain, 
Acres 


Rye 

for 
Grain, 
Acres 




98,236 
51,842 
17,248 

103,890 
30,926 
12,161 
85,934 
91.054 
71,589 
31,684 
62,262 
49,995 
97,412 
61,875 
35,681 
19.706 
86,325 

122,100 
98,128 
31,954 
35,708 
16,733 

150,193 


26,109 
21,427 

7,695 
36,561 
14,889 

4,388 
41,655 
29,969 
27,821 
12,800 
34,594 
24,215 
27, 795 
18,349 
15,049 

6,687 
25,262 
29,543 
38,574 
22,950 
12,542 

9,891 
46,386 
36,838 
22,000 
34,963 
17,561 


859 
2.130 


6,367 
1,330 


15,706 

14,151 

2.844 

2.251 

5,413 

638 

38 

10 

34 

3 

9,787 

12,527 

9,884 

8.625 

10 

2 

9,682 

18,907 

17,543 

2,263 

so 

3,671 
7,444 

7 


512 

1,774 

2,753 

5,473 

4,272 

1,452 

441 

12 

188 

184 

4,789 

745 

5,799 

1,155 

453 

128 

285 

2,938 

4,255 

507 

63 

239 

2,341 

1,025 

409 

855 

5 


2,155 


Alexander _ ...... 


2,782 
3,120 




45,901 




149 




1 

2 

7,372 

3,359 

1,606 

292 

30 

17 


3,054 


Averv. _ - 




434 


13,360 

21,753 

13,104 

1,748 


1 




2 




43 




35 




1,303 




273 

20,464 

43 

3.120 

3.149 


2,256 




970 


Caldwell 


187 

5 

1,060 

14,208 

28 

2,304 

36 

171 

19 

6,478 
7,969 

589 
1 


1,202 




10 




22 




201 




11,495 

12.483 

6.054 

40,170 

10,345 

9.042 

26,553 

753 


1,703 




700 




2,684 




21 


Clay 


1,036 




221 




22 




61,243 
92,370 

37,611 


1 




210 
9 


101 










Davidson 


124,448 
59,302 
91,269 
60.825 


26,970 
16,236 
36,863 

16,868 


2,213 
2,316 
11.834 
1,045 


3,342 
1.S40 
9.097 
7,355 


25, 784 
12,404 


4,622 

2,916 

103 

1.093 


2,038 

647 




19 


Durham 


4,021 


213 



Farms and Farm Labor 



333 



UNITED STATES— 1921 CROPS 



Corn 

Wheat 

Oats 

Peas 

Soybeans 

Potatoes, sweet . 
Potatoes, Irish_. 

Rye 

Peanuts 

Cotton 

Tobacco 

Hay (tame) 

Hay (wild) 

Buckwheat 

Sorghum (syrup 



Acreage 



103,857,100 

62,384,610 

44,825,200 

1,133,000 

186,000 

1,066,160 

3,815,800 

4,226,600 

1,212,000 

31,427,000 

1,473,000 

58,742,000 

15,483,000 

671,000 

518,000 



Yield 
Per Acre 



29.7 
12.7 
23.7 
8.5 
15.1 
92.6 
90.9 
13.7 
673.7 
126.9 
758.8 



bu. 
bu. 
bu. 
bu. 
bu. 
bu. 
bu. 
bu. 
lbs. 
lbs. 
lbs. 



1.39 tons 
.98 ton 
21 bu. 
87.9 gals. 



Production 



3,080, 

794, 

1,060. 

9, 

2, 

98, 

346, 

57, 

816. 

8. 

1,117, 

81 

15, 

14, 

45, 



000 bu. 
000 bu. 
000 bu. 
000 bu. 
000 bu. 
000 bu. 
000 bu. 
000 bu. 
000 lbs. 
000 bales 
000 lbs. 
000 tons 
000 tons 
000 bu. 
000 gals. 



Unit 
Value 



0.423 

.927 
.303 

1.77 

2.16 
.881 

1.111 
.702 
.04 
.162 
.20 
12.13 

6.63 
.812 
.629 



Value 
Per Acre 



12.56 
11.77 

7.18 

15.02 

32.61 

81.58 

100.98 

9.62 

26.95 

20.55 

151.76 

16.86 

6.50 
17.05 
55.28 



CROPS, BY COUNTIES 



Soybeans 

for 

Grain, 

Acres 


Sor- 
ghum 
Cane for 
Sirup, 
Acres 


Peanuts, 

All 

Acres 


Irish 
Pota- 
toes, 
Acres 


Sweet 
Pota- 
toes, 
Acres 


Home 

Gardens, 

Acres 


Fruit 

Trees 

(in 

bearing), 

Number 


Bee 
Hives, 

Number 


Com- 
mercial 

Fer- 
tilizers 
Used, 
Tons 


Horses 
and 

Mules 
Worked, 
Number 


269 


789 


693 


476 


495 


781 


100,184 


2,540 


5,426 


5,319 


518 


524 


96 


359 


424 


662 


155,192 


3,730 


2,844 


3,364 


93 


114 


44 


201 


37 


435 


57,161 


1,253 


1,313 


1,879 


750 


1,080 


99 


460 


842 


909 


38,827 


1,422 


11,500 


5,353 


27 


234 


86 


232 


63 


654 


98,257 


2,545 


2,586 


3,689 


8 


59 


1 


348 


16 


318 


51,299 


888 


207 


902 


4,770 


44 


856 


2,710 


2,986 


879 


23,389 


1,949 


7,896 


5,262 


244 


53 


27,735 


39 


1,251 


1.000 


13,021 


452 


9,080 


5,297 


323 


227 


104 


48 


1,390 


590 


39,224 


1,414 


6,888 


2,992 


1,119 


133 


4,551 


141 


2,174 


276 


25,565 


1,978 


2,309 


1,629 


1,134 


490 


75 


1,472 


182 


1,286 


194,821 


2,064 


1 , 350 


4,239 


339 


444 


118 


659 


746 


576 


113,452 


2,399 


2,946 


3,603 


127 


344 


123 


273 


384 


997 


90,034 


2,290 


3,769 


5,625 


684 


472 


78 


780 


468 


901 


113,675 


2,481 


1,369 


2,6'27 


8,885 


32 


3 


1,773 


853 


208 


4,133 


296 


1,944 


1,725 


806 


18 


2,309 


1,420 


1,726 


309 


9,935 


883 


2,739 


1,227 


39 


168 


12 


586 


666 


981 


65,421 


900 


8,133 


5,019 


380 


566 


378 


332 


2,140 


868 


141,926 


2,681 


5,980 


5,340 


193 


189 


55 


495 


1,090 


716 


62,787 


3,744 


5,726 


5,713 


674 


462 




796 


340 


597 


88,609 


3,131 


9°0 


2,831 
1,769 


1,653 


23 


9,053 


137 


991 


235 


5,184 


160 


3,180 


142 


203 




152 


104 


191 


19,475 


1,009 


514 


1,518 


143 


1,170 


86 


305 


870 


1,050 


70,226 


1,770 


10,805 


6,622 


2,268 


270 


682 


604 


4,383 


847 


47,400 


2,961 


9,040 


5,052 


1,916 


110 


840 


260 


1,735 


1,533 


19,002 


1,065 


7,318 


3,537 


341 


117 


111 


92 


1,050 


847 


21,129 


2,007 


10,319 


3,391 


«,309 




24 


3,029 


5,907 


87 


1,474 


246 


5,576 


1,491 






162 


269 


223 


516 


975 


881 


135,534 


3,061 


3,954 


5,926 


125 


169 


20 


237 


217 


1,055 


37,496 


981 


1,208 


2,709 


2,188 


343 


2,606 


1,393 


2,391 


730 


39,060 


2,346 


13,519 


5,405 


78 


237 


15 


353 


1,006 


858 


31,749 


1,020 


4,050 


2,968 



334 



North Carolina Industrial Statistics 



NORTH CAROLINA— 1921 



County 


1920 
Revalu- 
ation 
Board's 
Plow Land, 
Acres 


Corn, 
Acres 


Cotton, 
Acres 


Tobacco, 

Acres 


Wheat, 
Acres 


Oats 

for 

Grain, 

Acres 


Rye 

for 
Grain, 
Acres 




139 174 


42,461 


45,391 
3 


12,202 
6,672 


165 
19,250 


146 
5,814 


109 


Forsyth _ 


98 


545 


22 


593 


1,090 




85 
43 
IS 

77 
71 

134 

157 
90 
30 
38 
63 
55 
38 

143 
25 

179 
47 
36 
95 
83 
25 
43 
38 
74 

140 
16 
45 
62 

120 
12 

117 
59 
65 
31 
52 
48 
50 
91 

157 


968 
394 
773 
137 
094 
184 
743 
812 
654 
870 
606 
112 
732 
831 
740 
950 
499 
037 
320 
633 
744 
265 
248 
576 
034 
666 
297 
100 
767 
471 
129 
140 
630 
877 
164 
774 
667 
191 
533 


30 
17 

7 
23 
26 
40 
45 
36 
17 
23 
20 
19 
20 
47 
14 
65 
17 
15 
37 
22 
13 
15 
16 
20 
43 

8 
17 
25 
39 

1 
37 
21 
22 
13 
23 
14 
21 
20 
50 


413 
955 

241 
964 
203 
615 
345 
072 
155 
736 
610 
600 
479 
741 
821 
578 
199 
019 
412 
986 
803 
112 
821 
594 
354 
268 
845 
859 
731 
378 
876 
803 
269 
599 
886 
548 
797 
666 
548 


16,216 
5,335 


224 

16 

13,638 

19,362 

8,576 
4,926 
1,924 


7,390 


2,283 
247 
288 
672 
517 

5,142 
300 

2,912 


462 








175 

2,955 

11 

25,430 

212 

3,835 

6,371 

3,211 

34 

656 

6 

23,657 

3,358 

875 

8 

2,393 

33 

9,413 

4,002 

7,216 

7,984 

8 

3,847 

1,459 

7,572 

8,291 

411 


815 




4,422 
18,831 

300 
40,140 
23,647 


678 




10 


Guilford 

Halifax.... 


2,603 
42 




429 


Haywood.. .. . 






39 

1 , 585 

856 


1,925 

529 

1,630 

2,012 

5,112 

1,345 

516 

220 

767 

783 

1,675 

494 

1,984 

4,831 

6 

4.471 

2,872 

2,321 

2,057 

175 

1 

182 

26 

211 

770 

679 

90 

315. 
1,420 
1.760 


4,189 




8,646 
24,279 

4,543 
21,571 


81 


Hoke. 

Hyde.... 


246 
4 




806 
o 
9,828 
3,812 
1,289 
14,384 


2,490 




441 


Johnston 

Jones.. _ 


61,279 

9,434 

7,637 

23,711 

14,078 


17 

183 


Lenoir... _. 


2 
494 


McDowell 


1 


1,689 






1,644 






674 
7,921 


456 


Martin 


11,479 
41,519 




Mecklenburg 

Mitchell 


420 


7 

286 

4,015 

16,753 


18 


Montgomery... 

Moore .. .. 

Nash ._ 


8,456 
4,852 

32,548 
163 

26,581 
8,780 
2.098 
8,115 
4,475 
3,728 
8,283 

. 38 

28,080 


216 

1,190 

5 




149 

3,806 

5,813 

393 

22 

853 

20 

14,560 

23,265 


36 


29 








13,218 
4 
31 
11 
68 
6,657 
48 


385 






Pasquotank . ._ _ 




09 




4 




76 


Pitt 


204 


Polk 






127 
97 

208 
94 

170 
87 

141 
82 
85 
74 
87 
23 


854 
386 
076 
317 
923 
666 
867 
533 
608 
047 
489 
236 


36 
32 
72 
36 
37 
35 
53 
21 
26 
17 
34 
10 


247 
683 
531 
871 
239 
125 
874 
190 
084 
567 
103 
782 


1,091 
32,872 
78,591 


1,756 

130 

6,946 

17,153 

131 

9 

3,333 

9 

16 

10,694 

11.335 


29,936 

1,908 

348 

17,615 

33,664 

5,174 

403 

401 

20,318 

10,852 

13,501 

1,565 


3,648 

1,691 

7,197 

3,494 

10,228 

2,045 

292 

681 

5,880 

1,508 

3,743 

788 


1,678 


Richmond _. . .. 


247 
49 




2,105 




18,126 
16,318 
40,327 
34,848 
12,185 


1,125 




689 




36 




62 




1,121 


Stokes 


1,414 






3,816 


Swain 




447 



Farms and Farm Labor 



335 



CROPS 


BY COUNTIES— Continued 












Soybeans 

for 

Grain, 

Acres 


Sor- 
ghum 
Cane for 
Sirup, 
Acres 


Peanuts, 
All 

Acres 


Irish 
Pota- 
toes, 

Acres 


Sweet 
Pota- 
toes, 
Acres 


Home 

Gardens, 

Acres 


Fruit 

Trees 

(in 

bearing) 

Number 


Bee 
Hives, 

Number 


Com- 
mercial 

Fer- 
tilizers 
Used, 

Tons 


Horses 
and 

Mules 
Worked, 
Number 


1,729 


186 


17,652 


576 


1,906 


1,237 


34,992 


1,395 


18,702 


8,155 


192 


126 


52 


655 


592 


719 


138,504 


1,250 


5,350 


5,350 


199 


720 


60 


159 


866 


844 


98,006 


1,614 


4,088 


4,188 


1,280 


123 


10,025 


85 


1,238 


399 


16,164 


400 


3,784 


2,526 


8 


185 




408 


471 


331 


30,606 


1,319 


296 


1,244 


27 


495 


7 


1,341 


942 


1,149 


61,605 


1,242 


9,654 


5,469 


1,417 


81 


140 


229 


583 


668 


21,488 


1,429 


11,906 


4,656 


249 


540 


52 


794 


986 


1,241 


149,143 


3,294 


6,559 


8,481 


950 


232 


25,122 


311 


1,292 


1,003 


37,517 


1,259 


13,399 


8,417 


247 


429 


143 


156 


1,599 


910 


89,024 


1,638 


10,699 


5,174 




141 




329 


188 


329 


96,837 


846 


688 


2,444 


103 


580 


9 


1,520 


373 


723 


60, 152 


1,273 


2,234 


3,548 


1,374 


194 


19,805 


272 


764 


478 


21,486 


736 


5,243 


3,385 


219 


64 


36 


126 


460 


461 


32,873 


369 


9,244 


2,448 


8,753 


13 


4 


91 


107 


138 


7,227 


721 


1,497 


1,993 


264 


604 


128 


496 


683 


"1,116 


142,705 


2,577 


14,348 


7,199 


113 


378 


1 


549 


229 


458 


81,125 


2,252 


565 


2,296 


1,643 


493 


222 


344 


4,201 


1,973 


99,178 


4,145 


24,620 


11,132 


1 . 104- 


63 


1,883 


125 


516 


242 


10,605 


835 


4,098 


2,230 


33 


1,060 


32 


238 


342 


989 


18,113 


437 


3,768 


2,178 


2,969 


325 


939 


264 


1,215 


655 


29,043 


874 


14,480 


4,677 


408 


1,514 


209 


567 


610 


546 


92,142 


1,560 


2,737 


3,724 


79 


297 


61 


366 


709 


415 


57,436 


1,253 


370 


1,756 


52 


444 




500 


292 


716 


103,708 


4,401 
2,685 


1,520 


3,548 
3,800 


53 


269 


4 


572 


87 


704 


100,779 


356 


268 


71 


19,325 


605 


1,330 


550 


16,466 


2,428 


11,520 


4,281 


149 


1,181 


70 


476 


1,095 


1,034 


102,655 


2,486 


6,379 


6,866 




921 




446 


115 


1,374 


65,846 


1,393 


719 


1,791 
2,591 


116 


355 


15 


200 


315 


400 


107,762 


1,798 


3,772 


206 


442 


45 


279 


737 


909 


216,618 


2,810 


7,122 


3,308 


441 


264 


2,697 


331 


2,104 


1,348 


57,930 


1,007 


25,533 


8,448 


22 


1 


454 


340 


779 


131 


9,864 


271 


1,641 


743 


214 


204 


28,054 


204 


664 


909 


37,090 


303 


10,509 


6,024 


361 


33 


8,494 


180 


839 


1,200 


4,487 


759 


4,362 


2,681 


270 


135 


81 


149 


725 


884 


71,797 


1,910 


5,822 


4,494 


2,258 


3 


67 


1,906 


1,403 


100 


4,616 


869 


2,653 


1,329 


15,369 


135 


40 


3,514 


253 


274 


5,950 


181 


3,239 


3.002 


343 


136 


6,103 


878 


1,401 


364 


18,834 


1,786 


2,912 


1,974 


9,511 


124 


5,474 


288 


993 


139 


7,888 


721 


2,288 


3,193 


50 


344 


6 


595 


577 


862 


71,139 


1,575 


6,558 


4,309 


4,296 


131 


2,808 


641 


1,838 


657 


24,703 


822 


14,965 


5,550 


297 


581 


252 


498 


■ 2,031 


1,776 


129,299 


4,403 


5,310 


8,350 


366 


2,719 


41 


143 


5,059 


453 


80,353 


799 


10,708 


3,013 


88 


106 


225 


383 


1,967 


1,392 


39,319 


2,112 


31,298 


8,084 


158 


333 


31 


861 


1,223 


1,818 


129,143 


3,913 


8,384 


6,668 


1.063 


286 


187 


406 


480 


1,152 


129,237 


3,606 


10,330 


7,606 


242 


1,262 


86 


305 


1,765 


759 


107,966 


3,338 


5,136 


4,523 


1,705 


416 


252 


905 


2,681 


1,185 


62,762 


3,590 


22,282 


6,776 


576 


64 


15 


53 


310 


699 


60,377 


530 


15,718 


2,478 


42 


426 


63. 


239 


350 


469 


73,238 


1,996 


3,889 


5,391 


96 


213 


.17 


392 


349 


665 


74,585 


2,221 


6,294 


3,565 


394 


341 


86 


670 


742 


1,263 


194,399 


4,131 


8,570 


5,318 


87 


300 




945 


331 


547 


65,329 


1,507 


636 


1,092 



336 



North Carolina Industrial Statistics 



NORTH CAROLINA— 1921 



County 



1920 
Revalu- 
ation 
Board's 
Plow Land, 
Acres 



Corn, 
Acres 



Cotton, 
Acres 



Tobacco, 

Acres 



Wheat, 
Acres 



Oats 
for 

Grain, 
Acres 



Rye 
for 

Grain, 
Acres 



Transylvania. 

Tyrrell 

Union 

Vance 

Wake 

Warren 

Washington... 

Watauga 

Wayne 

Wilkes 

Wilson 

Yadkin 

Yancey 



153,088 
52,556 

169,565 
84,973 
33,911 
17,356 

151,121 
87,641 

101,696 
67,070 
29,872 



50,362 
20,000 
58,830 
28,540 
15,735 
9,380 
55,000 
46,255 
33,297 
22,995 
16,710 



48,873 

4,644 

46,566 

19,039 

3,777 

23 

38,437 

37 

29,573 

101 



10 

12,403 

20,669 

7.010 

160 

23 

12,515 

635 

16,528 

5,180 

17 



4.080 

1,462 

3,000 

1,232 

8 

7,400 

445 

16.171 

321 

15,306 

3,379 



196 
1,814 

278 

57 

2,955 

1,834 

2,195 

330 
2,876 
7,014 



Totals of Counties 
shown above 

State totals — 
Government estimates 



7,225,636 2,560,005 
2,552,000 



1,206,993 
1,491,000 



380,406 
488,000 



542,761 
600,000 



180,697 
170,000 



178 

96 

241 

226 

7 

1,565 

89 

7.893 

18 

2,169 

143 



73,324 
39.000 



Farms and Farm Laboi 



337 



CROPS 


, BY COUNTIES— Continued 












Soybeans 

for 

Grain, 

Acres 


Sor- 
ghum 
Cane for 
Sirup, 
Acres 


Peanuts, 

All 

Acres 


Irish 
Pota- 
toes, 
Acres 


Sweet 
Pota- 
toes, 
Acres 


Home 

Gardens, 
Acres 


Fruit 

Trees 

(in 

bearing), 

Number 


Bee 

Hives, 
Number 


Com- 
mercial 

Fer- 
tilizers 
Used, 
Tons 


Horses 
and 

Mules 
Worked, 
Number 










































327 
27 
320 
159 
3,709 
4 


2,416 

199 

430 

507 

7 

' 166 
207 
578 
160 
298 
171 


103 

18 

291 

822 

4,892 


528 
211 
179 
272 
200 
717 
2,047 
1,149 
513 
322 
427 


1,119 
739 

3,447 

818 

428 

32 

1,858 
892 

1,529 
335 
35 


1,016 

1,308 

1.574 

1,124 

113 

607 

992 

1.647 

1,110 

652 

585 


101,242 
49,569 
98,879 
39,871 
2,926 

129,804 
45,571 

284,448 
33,418 
81,983 

111,343 


3,389 

691 
1,518 

929 
1,561 
2,856 
1,905 
7,185 

911 
2,258 
1,703 


13,321 

7,572 

16,523 

7,355 

1,749 

1,655 

15,377 

3,813 

19,449 

3,765 

■ 4,704 


9,348 
4,417 
8,820 
4,674 
1,886 
2,482 


2,060 

642 

1.565 

84 

o 


498- 

32 

529 

64 

22 


9,462 
5,557 
6,145 
4,145 
4,933 


108,159 
113,000 


35,575 
32.000 


209,821 
141.000 


55,848 
46,000 


103,041 
102,000 


73,742 


6,529,805 


173,641 


658,745 


409,448 

















338 North Carolina Industrial Statistics 

CROPS, YIELDS PER ACRE— 1921 



County 


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14 

16 
28 
18 
23 
26 
26 
17 
17 
19 
22 
22 
19 
20 
25 
25 
12 
21 
20 
23 
20 
21 
18 
21 
22 
17 
26 
25 
14 
14 
18 
11 
19 
17 
14 
21 
19 
22 
13 
23 
13 
17 
26 
28 
23 
18 
27 
28 
15 
25 
18 
23 
18 
23 


515 
625 

667 

620 
900 
700 
700 

650 

470 

565 
700 

800 
667 
800 

550 
560 
675 
460 
613 
555 
542 

750 

488 
650 
520 
570 
567 
685 

650 
700 


5.7 
5.2 
8.3 
5.8 
7.6 
7.0 

8.0 
6.4 
6.4 
7.0 
5.5 
7.5 
5.0 
7.8 
8.0 
5.2 
7.0 
5.0 
7.8 
8.0 
6.6 
7.1 
8.0 


12.8 
10.9 
17.5 
20.0 
17.6 
17.2 
22.9 


7.3 
4.0 
6.8 

4.7 
7.7 
8.7 


47 
105 
106 
123 
121 
108 
110 
120 
105 

94 
145 
111 


25 






50 
53 
83 
88 
93 
85 
84 
64 
78 
80 
75 
75 
66 
55 
93 
90 
70 
63 
57 
80 
75 
73 
78 
81 
73 
82 
97 

52 
60 
85 
50 
80 
63 
60 
80 
75 
75 
77 
87 
50 
80 
85 
76 
67 
70 
86 
90 
70 
70 
86 
82 
70 
90 


57 






19 


83 








105 








19 


95 








104 










100 




48 
39 
30 
28 


13 

12 
15 
20 


19 
16 
28 
25 


94 




87 






5.1 


88 




98 




20.6 
10.6 
16.0 
12.0 


4.8 
4.9 


92 










103 










100 


Caldwell... 


4.0 


100 
100 
105 
50 
80 
68 
130 
90 
120 
81 
117 
100 
90 
110 






19 
18 
18 


80 




58 
50 


10 
10 


98 








108 




11.4 
12.1 
11.9 
15.0 


4.7 
5.5 
5.7 
8.6 


60 








19 


103 








56 








19 

25 


95 




60 


12 


95 


Clay . 


15.0 
14.1 


6.6 

5.7 


90 










91 




43 
53 
35 
60 
60 


12 
20 

15 
10 
11 


30 
25 

19 
15 


127 








100 




7.7 
7.8 
7.8 
6.9 
5.9 


25.0 




113 




105 












14.0 
12.9 


5.6 
4.0 


45 

47 

97 

50 

100 

88 

65 

67 

108 

115 

50 

78 

55 

54 

93 

113 

122 

78 

120 

130 

71 

106 

108 

94 

102 

80 


50 










47 




38 


20 


20 


100 




6.0 
7.8 
7.5 
6.0 
6.4 
8.0 
7.3 
6.5 
8.0 
6.7 
7.8 
6.0 
9.0 
7.2 
8.3 
7.3 


19.4 
19.9 
18.1 
15.0 

11.7 


10.7 
4.9 


56 




31 


16 


14 


88 




63 










63 










107 




33 


10 


15 


108 




15.0 

9.2 


7.5 


98 










60 




40 


11 


16 


85 


Guilford . 


13.4 


5.9 


55 




39 
50 


17 

11 


16 
19 


66 




12.4 
17.1 
21.7 

26.1 


4.9 
9.0 
7.0 

5.5 


94 




87 










86 


Hertford 


36 
50 


13 
14 
13 


17 
15 


92 


Hoke.. 


105 


Hyde 


100 




583 

605 
700 
560 
750 


7.0 
7.4 
9.0 


12.5 
19.4 
20.0 


8.7 
12.8 


96 










95 




52 
50 


11 
14 


19 
20 


104 




90 




5.2 


10.8 


3.8 


63 


Lenoir _ ._ ... 




12 


18 


105 



Farms and Farm Labor 



339 



CROPS, 


YIELDS PER 


ACRE— 1921— 


Continued, 








County 


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20 
21 
24 
28 
25 
16 
24 
16 
20 
16 
20 
16 
23 
12 
18 
19 
20 
18 
10 
16 
18 
16 
20 
23 
16 
15 
17 
16 
24 
14 
19 
22 
28 
26 
31 
21 
12 
15 
13 
29 
23 
21 
19 
18 
18 
23 


725 
633 

600 

600 
700 
665 
733 
502 
655 

735 


7.8 
5.6 
7.0 
5.6 
8.0 
8.9 
7.4 
5.8 
5.9 
7.3 


12.4 
12.3 
15.5 
10.4 


5.0 
4.0 
4.2 
6.5 


98 
106 
140 
152 
100 
71 
123 
70 
90 
84 
130 
62 
102 
53 
105 
100 
120 
100 
57 
141 
95 
59 
110 
120 
74 
45 
98 
132 
135 
60 
94 
115 
98 
138 
106 
125 
55 
70 
58 
150 
146 
103 
106 
140 
75 
110 






18 


75 
56 
77 
75 
70 
78 
75 
60 
60 
62 
85 
78 
78 
56 
82 
90 
81 
85 
67 
77 
73 
46 
82 
93 
74 
45 
63 
80 
90 
61 
65 
62 
72 
70 
70 
88 
72 
79 
75 
69 
98 
80 
61 
85 
59 
83 


109 








82 










105 










105 




48 


11 


17 


98 




15.0 
14.0 
13.9 
12.0 
20.2 


6.1 
6.9 
4.7 
4.5 
3.5 


114 


Mitchell 








120 










80 










84 


Nash 


37 

40 

28 


15 

15 
20 
10 


17 
28 
17 
23 


78 




95 


Northampton _ . .. 


7.8 






70 






97 




5.8 


13.4 


6.0 


60 




50 
55 
30 
60 


12 
11 
14 
12 


18 
17 
25 
20 


110 




10.0 






100 








96 










87 




458 
610 

550 

975 
525 
570 

775 

575 
533 


5.2 


10.4 


4.8 


60 


Pitt 


35 


10 


16 


85 


Polk 


7.2 
7.0 
6.0 
7.0 
6.1 
7.8 
7.3 
7.6 
8.0 
5.7 
5.4 
6.1 
5.8 
7.3 


15.0 
15.2 
16.6 


7.2 
3.8 


100 


Randolph _ 








55 








100 




29 


10 




98 




9.4 
15.7 
12.8 
27.2 
25.0 
12.0 

8.7 
12.4 
17.0 
20.0 


4.9 
5.2 

7.8 
10.4 
5.2 
4.6 
4.8 
4.5 


70 








19 


55 








94 




49 


18 
15 


23 
19 


90 




100 




95 










63 








19 


78 








90 










90 




51 


12 


15 


110 




458 
536 
480 
720 

612 
600 
642 
540 


5.8 
4.6 
5.6 
5.0 


15.4 
8.8 
10.9 
14.0 


5.1 
4.2 
5.6 


112 










58 


Wake 


30 

28 
38 




18 


74 




75 




10 


18 


100 




9.0 
8.0 
5.7 
8.0 
5.8 
7.0 


17.7 
15.0 
11.5 
22.0 
12.9 
12.3 


8.1 
8.1 

4.4 

7.2 


120 




44 


15 


20 
19 
15 


91 


Wilkes 


89 




43 


10 


102 




66 










115 














20 


626 


6.9 


15.2 


6.0 


97 


43 


16 


19 


74 


89 







340 



Xokth Carolina Industrial Statistics 

NORTH CAROLINA TOBACCO 



Counties — Markets 



Producers' Sales — in Pounds 



1918-1919 



1919-1920 



1920-1921 



1921-1922 



Alamance — 

Burlington 

Mebane 

Beaufort — 

Washington 

Bertie — 

Windsor 

Bladen — 

Bladenboro 

Clarkton 

Columbus — 

Chadbourn 

Fair Bluff _ 

Tabor 

Whiteville 

Craven — 

New Bern 

Vaneeboro _ 

Cumberland — 

Fayetteville 

Duplin — 

Wallace 

Warsaw.. _ 

Durham — 

Durham 

Edgecombe — 

Pinetops 

Rocky Mount... 

Tarboro __ 

Forsyth — 

Winston-Salem. 
Franklin — 

Louisburg 

Youngsville 

Granville — 

Creedmoor 

Oxford 

Greene — 

Snow Hill 

Guilford — 

Greensboro 

Halifax — 

Enfield 

Hertford — 

Ahoskie.. _. 

Iredell — 

States ville 

Johnston — 

Benson 

Smithfield 

Jones — 

Maysville 

Lee — 

Sanford 



3,350,607 
3,231,818 



4,274,718 



1,106,790 

1,976,205 
1,496,731 
1,626,121 
1,359,852 

2,719,907 
392,908 



3,044,971 
4,658,240 



7,886,600 
1,718,402 



2,235,776 

34,414,121 

2,939,701 
3,936,651 

13,126 
9,556,829 

1,896,018 

1,983,540 

1,882,021 

1,555,113 

475,000 



5,825,704 
538,379 
286,236 



2,287,345 
2,764,618 



5,493,530 
866,206 



1,426,853 

2,593,892 
2,873,036 
2,197,184 
2,736,009 

3,425,354 

3,630,485 



3,947,571 
6,481,428 

7,028,783 

1,793,924 
3,234,437 

2,870,782 

27,731,341 

2,250,046 
5,137,926 

341,442 
8,602,200 

1,861,065 

1,560,495 

2,047,388 

2,494,111 

725,166 

420,496 
6,532,850 

603,460 

1,059,867 



4,636,277 
4,763,283 

5,385,124 

1,783,086 

236,840 
1,154,410 

2,871,551 
1,668,722 
2,529,126 
2,883,271 

4,715,965 

2,205,709 



5,088,962 
6,571,739 

13,379,682 

2,147,559 
1,492,839 
3,858,458 

50,669,878 

3,384,827 
6,370,086 



14,389,995 

977,718 

1,683,092 

3,014,567 

2,212,135 

1,384,723 

147,044 
4,924,603 

557,306 

2,082,241 



3,119,233 
2,304,472 



3,083,820 
1,259,030 



625,876 

1,088,779 
1,590,188 
1,549,644 
2,393,762 

1,976,928 
2,191,966 



2,389,196 
2,928,282 

6,929,281 

2,488,738 
1,692,025 
3,142,573 

25,941,602 

1,160,454 
3,362,512 



7,584,431 

1,489,765 

1,092,570 

1,824,718 

1,834,742 

476,726 

374,591 
2,160,960 



1,120,73 



*See Nash County. 



Farms and Farm Labor 
WAREHOUSE SALES REPORT 



341 





Total Sales 


—in Pounds 




Average Price Per 100 Lbs. 


1918-1919 


1919-1920 


1920-1921 


1921-1922 


1919-1920 


1920-1921 


1921-1922 


3,566,485 


2,537,959 


4,957,882 


3,476,993 


$ 60.32 


$ 23.81 


.$ 16.87 


3,403,693 


3,039,768 


5,209,989 


2,598,139 


60.90 


31.32 


17.11 


4,695,189 


6,036,157 


6,059,105 


3,718,577 


47.38 


17.11 


24.20 




1,169,044 


1,856,224 

269,537 
1,430,170 


1,509,500 


38.61 


15.99 

23.57 
23.41 


23.24 






1,176,165 


1,573,297 


815,088 


20.46 




2,150,338 


3,085,603 


3,462,492 


1,544,414 


23.52 


25.45 


10.42 


1,761,331 


3,460,384 


2,025,067 


2,037,982 


29.88 


25.60 


13.72 


1,808,309 


2,511,096 


3,000,884 


1,934,642 


25.71 


26.10 


14.62 


1,560,003 


3,436,922 


3,609,082 


2,947,720 


23.14 


26.43 


13.28 


2,819,084 


3,710,141 


5,151,494 


2,189,846 


43.64 


17.00 


21.33 


438,153 


3,793,946 


2,566,435 

252,819 

6,161,552 


2,685,378 


59.32 


18.97 
13.15 
15.74 


27.18 


3,301,115 


4,655,094 


2,848,334 


39.47 


25.04 


5,047,683 


7,474,575 


7,189,150 


3,278,628 


44.00 


15.31 


22.28 


9,460,716 


8,766,370 


16,344,412 


9,038,693 


57.75 


24.68 


24.50 


1,945,040 


2,086,936 


2,529,539 


2,888,142 


52.90 


20.93 


33.32 




3,550,229 
3,099,692 


1,777,716 
4,126,542 


1,952,982 
3,466,348 


48.07 
40.84 


17.70 
18.15 


23.88 


2,365,239 


21.70 


40,835,837 


33,036,424 


60,578,605 


32,689,725 


49.33 


21.65 


24.39 


3,228,658 


2,540,587 


3,589,228 


1,264,244 


53.17 


16.58 


20.34 


4,109,250 


5,262,181 


6,991,996 


3,745,252 


60.*99 


19.78 


26.60 


13,126 


391,996 
9,713,689 






37.33 
58.26 






10,360,314 


16,119,526 


9,120,680 


21.98 


22.43 


2,120,937 


2,123,032 


1,034,680 


1,694,607 


54.80 


24.50 


26.31 


2,046,473 


1,645,394 


1,808,868 


1,326,861 


51.80 


17.80 


18.38 


2,014,971 


2,248,931 


3,367,182 


2,052,306 


44.30 


17.38 


22.99 


1,591,305 


2,596,188 


2,384,673 


2,025,866 


51.13 


16.09 


23.90 


475,000 


811,925 


1,584,945 


541,218 


39.92 


13.67 


20. 75 




493,720 
7,049,853 


155,204 
5,395,078 


430,181 
2,472,957 


39.61 
49.78 


18.87 
15.51 


20.25 


6,155,962 


22.10 


803,149 


624,024 


609,422 




38.50 


15.18 




327,796 


1,267,679 


2,510,148 


1,244,908 


47.45 


21.24 


27.67 



342 



North Carolina Industrial Statistics 



NORTH CAROLINA TOBACCO 



Counties — Markets 



Lenoir — 

Kinston 

LaGrange 

Martin — 

Robersonville 

Williamston 

Moore— 

Aberdeen 

Carthage _ 

Vass 

Nash — 

Bailey 

Spring Hope 

Rocky Mount 

Rocky Mount, Totals. 

Onslow — 

Jacksonville 

Richlands 

Pamlico — 

Oriental. 

Pender — 

Burgaw. 

Person — 

Roxboro 

Pitt — 

Ayden 

Farmville 

Greenville- 

Robeson — 

Fairmont 

Lumberton 

Proctorville 

Rowland 

St. Pauls 

Rockingham — 

Leaksville 

Madison 

Reidsville. 

Stoneville 

Sampson — 

Clinton 

Stokes — 

Walnut Cove 

Surry — 

Elkin.... 

Mount Airy 

Vance — 

Henderson 

Wake — 

Apex 

Fuquay Springs 

Raleigh 

Varina 

Wendell 

Zebulon 



Producers' Sales — in Pounds 



1918-1919 



513,783 
048,291 



620,788 
839,874 



70,868 
675,921 



770,776 
,487,358 



1,121,753 



5,827,945 

1 
8 
24 

6 



815,520 
491,169 
215,581 



,286,521 
,824,603 



829,600 
229,151 

426,060 
,527,208 
,142,153 
,622,480 



857,299 
356,605 



9,307,314 



,937,078 
,746,223 



701,510 
737,669 
342,737 



1919-1920 



23,554,546 
7,067,637 



3,516,427 
3,704,289 



790,513 
1,021,051 



1.393,484 

1,846,147 

16,201,578 

19,436,015 



1,697,434 



586,392 

4,390,221 

1,926,689 
8,793,032 
27,318,962 

6,523,943 

4,075,815 



1,347,667 
1,023,998 

112,925 
2,297,929 
3,959,265 

945,194 

500.000 



1,396,159 
3,620,620 



10.918,369 



3,109,170 
2,499,042 



4,999,900 
4,833,101 



1920-1921 



26,433,273 
4,788,023 



3,355,221 
4,243,875 



1,096,949 
2,150,603 



916,878 
2,490,556 
23,229,199 
24,722,038 

555,584 
1,539,504 

106,027 

414,347 

7,474,963 

232,839 
12,982,578 
34,504,002 

6,249,006 
2,781,900 

487,449 
1,023,802 

673,086 



2,983,751 
7,620,801 
1,282,000 



1,878,578 
5,728,792 



14,687,734 
2,295,521 



5,284,202 
6,945,877 
5,051,176 



1921-1922 



15,923,888 
912,243 



2,530,164 
2,528,134 



865,593 
1,058,241 



932,008 
12,418,434 
14,110,459 



4,412,159 



8,816,090 
20,516,895 



5,692,470 
2,017,368 



337,006 
522,346 



1,709,256 
3,511,621 

1,141,988 



7,816,037 

1,169,739 
2,976,998 
2,083,968 



3,558,269 
2,556,097 



fNot operated. JSee Varina totals. 



Farms and Farm Labor 
WAREHOUSE SALES REPORT— Continued 



343 





Total Sales 


— in Pounds 




Average Price Per 100 Lbs. 


1918-1919 


1919-1920 


1920-1921 


1921-1922 


1919-1920 


1920-1921 


1921-1922 


22,202,350 


26,109,048 


29,749,958 


18,211,618 


$ 50.71 


t 18.80 


$ 23.54 


6,583,758 


7,609,574 


5,684,469 


1,021,561 


45.36 


18.20 


17.43 


3,808,740 


4,023,968 


3,732,218 


2,875,790 


44.90 


19.00 


27.98 


4,156,401 


3,941,992 


4,405,188 


2,728,996 


45.46 


18.38 


27 .45 


85,508 


947,551 


1,203,023 


981,850 


49.61 


22.25 


30.71 


708,695 


1,151,242 


2,337,098 


1,134,865 


52.10 


18.78 


30.21 




1.571,293 
1,923,134 


1,086,424 
2,559,871 




57.55 

51.54 


21.59 
19.57 




816,398 


983,318 


30. 15 


23.426,794 


17,739,677 


25,661,491 


13,617,174 


51.73 


20.10 


25.20 




21,289,906 


27,439,207 


15,570,156 


51.12 


19.96 


25 06 






569,414 
1,821,295 






15.85 
17.48 




1,186,509 


1,868,421 


991,667 


83.23 


25.70 






106,027 

429,659 

7,890,936 






11.80 
13.67 
30.07 






731,878 
4,628,316 




30.72 
57.85 




5.899,499 


5,081,646 


17.58 


1,992,218 


2,188,246 
9,708,903 


265,303 
15,153,852 




47.16 
54.84 


14.62 
22.00 




9,163,089 


9,978,028 


31.40 


26,776,624 


30,115,431 


38,820,040 


23,528,445 


53.22 


20.66 


28.70 


6,783,198 


6,998,393 


6,956,339 


6,499,599 


23.10 


26.38 


13.87 


3.286,120 


4,694,253 


3,193,191 

566,946 
1,261,046 


2,435,146 


23.62 


20.95 
22.43 
23.75 


9.00 


1.088,361 


1,562,080 


394,964 


19.72 


9.44 


273,515 


1.169,238 


806,690 


659,890 


22.83 


20.23 


76.43 


441,088 


178,049 
2,565,423 


t 




41.60 
43.65 






3.822,512 


3,345,980 


1,914,951 


18.34 


19.57 


6,217,056 


4,106,967 


7,940,341 


3,938,936 


53.28 


19.85 


18.27 


1,700,567 


1,094,101 
530,000 


1,354,670 
t 


1,223,107 


43.95 
42.00 


16.90 


19.65 


13,491 










1,937,596 


1,443,137 


1,946,601 


975,781 


40.85 


19.89 


22.26 


6,036,004 


4,222,590 


6,505,844 


3,278,087 


44.18 


20.23 


24.40 


9,865,386 


11,598,428 


15,780,658 


8,598,319 


58.92 


19.74 


25.55 


3,228,221 


3,271,740 


2,522,139 


1,321,875 


60.63 


27.80 


34.10 


1,849,352 


2,967,696 


t 


3,279,256 
2,772,020 


61.50 




37 70 








23 24 


747, 130 




5,822,086 
7,792,558 




22.66 
19.85 




5,146,867 


5,572,252 


4,243,738 


51.40 


24.74 


4,775,561 


5,659,069 


5,760,076 


3,040,445 


51.72 


18.98 


22 .66- 



344 



jSTorth Carolina Industrial Statistics 

NORTH CAROLINA TOBACCO 



Counties — Markets 




Producers' Sales — in Pounds 




1918-1919 


1919-1920 


1920-1921 


1921-1922 


Warren — 


3,584,589 


3,388,017 


6.038,146 

148,482 

332,312 
6,678,323 

50,834,950 


3,604,797 


Washington — 




Wayne — 




825,370 
5,918,524 

32,507,552 






6,462,902 
31,361,776 


3,411,865 


Wilson — 


34,069,200 








306,105,759 


323,371,242 


431,513,917 


251.682,496 







§Including estimates for missing reports sold on outside markets. 



Farms and Farm Labor 
WAREHOUSE SALES REPORT— Continued 



345 





Total Sales- 


—in Pounds 




Average Price Per 100 Lbs. 


1918-1919 


1919-1920 


1920-1921 


1921-1922 


1919-1920 


1920-1921 


1921-1922 


3,664,579 


3,459,291 


6,114,722 
182,775 

332,370 

7,871,778 

62,607,026 


3,711,159 


$ 55.40 


$ 16.10 

16.23 

19.85 
16.04 

21.36 


$ 23.10 




880,011 
6,762,635 

42,816,183 


4,189,559 
42,938,237 


43.76 
44.17 

50.75 




7,069,652 
37,486,816 


18.84 
28.54 


•339,049,197 


359,559,646 


474,249,748 


296,938,238 


49.60 


21.28 


24.57 



346 



!North Cabolina Industrial Statistics 



POUNDS FERTILIZER USED PER FERTILIZED ACRE 
IN NORTH CAROLINA 





Coastal 




Pied mon 


t 


Mountain 


North 


Center 


South 


North 


Center 


South 


North 


West 


430 


382 


448 


230 


227 


278 


193 


213 


622 


669 


698 


353 


328 


389 


234 


290 


1,009 


987 


976 


650 


633 


525 


640 


243 


325 


350 


525 


238 


199 


206 


195 


201 


256 


227 


265 


196 


177 


185 


176 


173 


175 


183 


295 


180 


154 


159 


155 


140 


277 


235 


321 


842 


165 


160 


125 


150 


40 




300 


200 


216 




166 


200 


335 


329 


408 


262 


272 


280 


100 


200 


841 


1,232 


1,034 


572 


434 


495 


370 


365 


636 


266 


594 


526 


419 


440 


455 


365 


625 


1,111 


650 


500 


531 


770 


320 


400 


600 


689 


875 


490 


475 


660 


183 


250 



State of 
North 
Caro- 
lina 



Corn 

Cotton _-. 

Tobacco 

Wheat 

Oats... 

Cowpeas .. 

Soybeans 

Clover (seed).-. 

Peanuts 

White Potatoes 
Sweet Potatoes 

Cabbage. 

Melons 



304 
504 
660 
263 
192 
163 
232 
202 
310 
545 
520 
575 
514 






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347 



PRICE LIST OF FARM PRODUCTS 



Sept. 
1922 



Sept. 
1921 



Sept. 
1920 



Hogs (live weight), per 100 lbs 

Beef cattle (live weight), per 100 lbs 

Veal calves (live weight), per 100 lbs._- 

Sheep (live weight), per 100 lbs 

Lambs (live weight), per 100 lbs 

Milch cows, per head 

Horses, per head 

Milk (whole), wholesale, per gal 

Milk (whole), retail, per gal 

Wool (unwashed), per lb.-_ - 

Wool (washed), per lb 

Apples, per bu. 48 lbs... 

Apples, per bbl 

Peaches, per bu. 48 lbs 

Maple sugar, per lb 

Peanuts, per lb 

Beans (dry), per bu 

Sweet potatoes, per bu. 55 lbs 

Cabbages, per 100 lbs 

Cabbages, per 100 head 

Onions, per bu. 57 lbs 

Timothy hay (loose), per ton 2,000 lbs. 

Clover hay (loose), per ton 2,000 lbs 

Alfalfa hay (loose), per ton 2,000 lbs.__. 

Prairie hay (loose), per ton 2,000 lbs 

Clover seed (red), per bu. of 60 lbs 

Timothy seed, per bu. of 45 lbs 

Alfalfa seed, per bu. of 60 lbs 

Tobacco, per 100 lbs 

Cotton-seed, per ton of 2,000 lb^ 

Eggs, per doz 

Chickens (live weight), per lb 

Cowpeas, per bu 

Kaffir corn, per bu. of 56 lbs 

Cream, per lb. butter-fat 

Broom corn, per ton of 2,000 lbs 

Hops, per lb 



42 
111 



9.52 

4.92 

5.84 

5.40 

6.95 

48.45 

116.00 

.41 

.51 

.20 

.29 

1.60 

5.14 

2.35 



.06 

2.74 

1.24 

2.68 

6.60 

1.30 

25.60 

22.63 

25.70 

15.25 

12.25 

5.60 



21.93 
28.34 
.35 
.23 
2.65 
.98 
.41 



14.63 

8.80 

9.50 

8.65 

9.60 

87.30 

153.00 

.47 

.70 

.32 

.46 

1.14 

3.06 

1.84 



.11 

4.08 

1.73 

2.75 

4.58 

1.75 

34.00 

30.00 

33.87 

17.50 

25.81 

5.92 

11.00 

19.21 

36.03 

.50 

.30 

3.57 



85.00 



PRICES OF PRODUCTS BOUGHT BY FARMERS 



Sept. 
1922 



Sept. 
1921 



Sept. 
1920 



Clover seed (red), per bu. of 60 lbs 

Timothy seed, per bu. of 45 lbs 

Alfalfa seed, per bu. of 60 lbs 

Bran, per ton 

Cotton-seed meal, per ton 

Cotton-seed hulls, per ton 



14.00 
6.22 
13.25 
33.50 
41.25 
20.00 



13.60 
8.56 



34.90 
40.30 
16.37 



17.39 
7.05 
17.25 
68.95 
68.06 
23.80 



348 



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Per 

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Farms 
Ope- 
rated 
by 
Tenants 


26.2 

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12.2 


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31 


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Acres 
Plow 
Land, 
Per 
Head 
of Work 
Stock 


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All 

Other 

Crops 

and Idle 

Land, 

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Cent 


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Sweet 
Pota- 
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Cent 


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CO —> O 00 E0 O 


22 


Irish 
Pota- 
toes, 
Per 
Cent 


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Sor- 
ghum, 
Per 
Cent 


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Soy- 
beans, 
Per 
Cent 


© 

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CC O N O 

— J — < ci ic 


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■^ OO 

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Cow- 
peas, 

Per 
Cent 


3 

CR N 6 f 




OO i OS OS 

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To- 
bacco, 
Per 
Cent 


to ci 








CD N (M O 
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CO 


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350 



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Per 
Cent of 

Farms 
Ope- 
rated 
by 
Tenants 




CC 


o- 


CC 


c 

CO 


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CC 

• - 


to 

CM 


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CC 


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CO W 


CO 

CC 


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c 

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CO 


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CO 


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c*i 


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CO CN 

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Acres 
Plow 
Land, 
Per 
Head 
of Work 
Stock 


Q3 EC 


OS CM 


CO O O N 

M< W N -t 
H (N «5 CN 


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All 

Other 

Crops 

and Idle 

Land, 

Per 
Cent 


o c- 

CO r- 

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Ss 


OS GO <* OO 


^H -^ O 


iCSNcONOOOJiOO'O'fCOM i 


Sweet 
Pota- 
toes, 
Per 
Cent 


l>- o 


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l H U3 -— GO — 


Irish 
Pota- 
toes, 
Per 
Cent 


* 


o co 


CI to OS CO 

IfJ CO rH 


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i -* i-« Ol OS CM t*< CO 


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Sor- 
ghum, 
Per 
Cent 

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CM 


CO CO 


CM -* 


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CM 


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CO 


CO t-| 


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CO I~ — t 00 i ' 
» N ^ ' '< '• 


Soy- 
beans, 
Per 
Cent 


o >c 


CO CO 


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^H ^H C 

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Cow- 
peas, 
Per 
Cent 


"*■ co 


GO <Z 




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To- 
bacco, 
Per 
Cent 


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Corn, 
Per 
Cent 


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co — 


CO cs 

CM CC 
CO CO 


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co -^ ■<*< cm 


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Farms and Farm Labor 



351 



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8.8 
27.5 


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p > £ £ £ £ £ 



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352 



Xorth Carolina Industrial Statistics 



WHEN CROPS ARE PLANTED IN NORTH CAROLINA 



Crops 






Per Cent of Crops Pla 


nted Different Months 






Jan. 


Feb. 


Mar. 


Apr. 


May 


June 


July 


Aug. 


Sept. 


Oct. 


Nov. 


Dec. 








2 
4 
2 


28 
50 
36 

15 
20 
44 
45 
54 
37 
38 
16 
45 
48 
45 
15 
49 
38 
18 
23 
15 
15 
24 
26 
14 
30 
43 
27 
10 
40 


53 
42 
49 
39 
21 
14 
23 
48 
34 
13 
45 
2 
42 
17 
51 
20 
39 
47 


15 
4 
13 
59 
37 
11 


2 








































































27 














3 


19 
5 


23 
28 
4 
12 
37 








6 


4 


















3 




































13 




















14 


3 
















6 


26 
5 

35 
2" 
1 
5 

15 

59 

41 
7 

36 

32 


5 


27 


18 










8 


























Cotton... 






2 

48 

5 




















16 
2 












































Kale 




23 

24 


















5 


2 
37 










3 


1 


1 


Millet 


32 


9 










1 


10 
15 


1 


6 
4 


22 
8 


8 
8 


1 




9 
70 
30 
22 
33 

6 
50 
49 












4 
47 
13 














1 

28 

22 

42 

3 

2 


8 

1 














1 


5 

2 
19 




























34 
9 


3 

3 


3 
































» 






Rye. 


1 


1 




1 


27 


48 


19 


3 


2 
4 
38 


21 
40 
62 
13 
15 
34 
16 
37 
5 
36 
19 
44 


61 
56 


16 


















































43 

4 

2 

65 
40 

3 
38 

1 
47 


39 
2 


5 
















5 

4 


11 
26 


5 

4 


28 
16 


19 

14 


11 










Tobacco, transplanted. 
Tomatoes, transplanted 




19 
13 

16 












6 
7 

10 
10 
6 


2 
9 


2 
41 














30 


5 
















Vetch 










24 


40 


6 










3 








Wheat. ... 










4 


55 


38 


3 























THE MONTHS THAT CROPS ARE HARVESTED 





May 


June 


July 


Aug. 


Sept. 


Oct. 


Nov. 


Dec. 










1 
4 
21 

40 

1 

31 


5 

27 
30 
24 
33 


40 
40 
13 
56 

7 


46 
21 












6 




3 


16 


17 

2 
20 
12 

2 






11 












Wheat, per cent 


2 


83 






56 


10 


1 













Farms and Farm Labor 



353 





WAGES OF MALE FARM LABOR IN 


NORTH 


CAROLINA, 1922 




Counties 


Average Rate per 

Month When 

Hired bv the 

Year, 1922 


Average Wage 

per Day for Day 

Labor for Harvest 

Work, 1922 


Average Wage per 
Day for Dav Labor 

for Other Than 
Harvest Work, 1922 


~ 


With 
Board 


Without 
Board 


With 
Board 


Without 
Board 


With 
Board 


Without 
Board 


1 




$ 32.00 
30.00 
31 .00 
24.00 
27.00 
30.00 
24.00 
28.00 


S 66.00 
42.00 
24.00 
34.00 
40.00 
45.00 
34.00 
40.00 


$ 1.75 
1.88 
1.80 
1.64 
2.14 
1.75 
1.56 
2.00 


$ 2.17 
2.38 
2.40 
2.04 
2.64 
2.25 
1.98 
3.00 


$ 1.04 
1.35 
1.44 
1.12 
1.46 
1.50 
1.08 
1.50 


$ 1.42 






1.70 






1 81 




Caldwell 

Surry. _________ 


1.56 

1.88 
2.00 




Wilkes 


1.39 

2 00 




Northern Mountain (N.W.) 

Buncombe..- .. . . 

Burke 






28.00 

36.00 
28.00 


42.00 


1.77 


2.26 


1.23 


1.60 


4 


54.00 
40.00 


2.17 
1.95 
2.00 
2.00 


3.13 

2.40 
2.50 
2.50 


1.70 
1.33 
1.00 
1.00 


2.13 
1.28 
2 25 




Clav ._ 

Graham _. . _ 


30.00 


40.00 


1.50 




Haywood _ . 

Henderson. 

Jackson .... 

McDowell 


27.00 
28.00 
20.00 
20.00 
25.00 
25.00 


40.00 

43.00 
35.00 
25.00 
35.00 
35.00 


1.38 
1.54 
2.00 
2.19 
1.38 
1.95 


1.45 
2.25 
3.00 
2.53 
1.75 
2.19 


.76 
1.25 
1.50 
1.63 
1.25 
1.08 


1.56 
1.75 
2.00 
2.00 






1 31 




Mitchell. 






Polk 

Rutherford _ _ _____ 


25.00 

28.00 
25.00 
20.00 
30.00 


40.00 
38.00 
30.00 
40.00 
40.00 


2.50 
1.80 
2.00 
1.00 
1.69 


2.75 
2.30 
2.25 
2.00 
2.19 


1.25 
1.75 
1.25 
1.00 
1.33 


1.88 
1.79 
1.50 
1 50 








Yancey -. -. . 

Western Mountain (W.)._ ._ . 

Alamance. ... . __ 

Caswell.. _ . 

Durham _ 


1.63 




27.00 


39.00 


1.85 


2.31 


1.33 


1.77 


2 


25.00 
18.00 
30.00 
27.00 
18.00 
19.00 
32.00 
27.00 
25.00 
23.00 
27.00 
21.00 
18.00 


38.00 
23.00 
48.00 
38.00 
31.00 
31.00 
45 .00 
40.00 
35.00 
34 .00 
41.00 
30.00 
28.00 


1.75 
2.33 
2.70 
2.88 
1.00 
1.58 
2.07 
2.08 
2.17 
2.67 
2.61 
1.30 
2.00 


2.33 
2.92 
3.50 
3.83 
1.31 
2.20 
2.75 
2.70 
2.50 
3.25 
3.39 
1.70 
2.38 


1.33 
1.17 
1.89 
2.06 
1.06 
1.20 
1.58 
1.42 
1.50 
1.50 
1.68 
1.45 
1.13 


1.63 
1.45 
2.22 
2.67 
1.44 
1.80 
2.11 
1.79 
2.00 
2.15 
2.06 
1.95 
1.38 












Guilford 








Person _ 








Stokes 




Vance 




Warren. 




Northern Piedmont (N.)._. . 




20.00 


29.00 


2.16 


2.75 


1.49 


1.96 



354 



North Carolina Industrial Statistics 



WAGES OF MALE FARM LABOR IN NORTH CAROLINA, 1922— Continued 




Counties 


Average Rate per 

Month When 

Hired by the 

Year, 1922 


Average Wage 

per Day for Day 

Labor for Harvest 

Work, 1922 


Average Wage per 
Day for Dav Labor 

for Other Than 
Harvest Work, 1922 


5 


With 
Board 


Without 
Board 


With 
Board 


Without 
Board 


With 
Board 


Without 
Board 


fi 




t 21.00 
34.00 
27.00 
27.00 
25.00 
24.00 
21.00 
24.00 
26.00 
26.00 


S 31.00 
42.00 
40.00 
40.00 
40.00 
36.00 
38.00 
39.00 
38.00 
38.00 


$ 2.25 
2.29 
1.92 
2.12 
2.00 
2.13 
2.00 
1.85 
1.75 
1.52 


S 2.75 
i 2.70 
2.45 
2.66 
2.50 
2.56 
2.60 
2.25 
2.29 
2.00 


S 1.18 
2.17 
1.47 
1.75 
1.25 
1.33 
1.05 
1 .35 
1.20 
1.40 


$ 1 .56 






2.50 






1 .75 






2.08 






1.50 






1.78 






1.20 






1.93 






1.58 




Wake 


1.79 










26.00 


38.00 


1.93 


2.42 


1.42 


1.77 








=! 


28.75 
22.00 
20.00 
26.00 
18.00 
27.00 
25.00 
34.00 
23.00 
23.00 
20.00 


43.75 
32.80 
30.00 
38.00 
26.00 
34 .00 
37.00 
46.00 
32.00 
35.00 
31.00 


2.50 
1.75 
1.75 
2 .12 
2.28 
1.56 
2.41 
2.25 
2.25 
2.83 
2.16 


3.25 
2.34 
2.35 
2.68 
2.92 
1.96 
3.16 
2.66 
1.50 
3.66 
2.66 


1.43 
1.25 
1.05 
1.54 
1.75 
1.00 
1.17 
1.41 
1.25 
1.16 
1.25 


2.00 






1.75 






1.39 






1.82 






2.37 






1.46 






1 .58 






1.70 






1.37 






1.61 






1.55 




Southern Piedmont (S.) 






24.00 


35 .00 


2.06 


2.65 


1.30 


1.71 


3 


17.00 
20.00 


29.00 
28.00 


1.16 
1.13 


1.53 

1.58 


1.11 
1.00 


1.57 






1.58 












25.00 
40.00 
23.00 
17.00 
22.00 
17.00 
20.00 
25.00 
19.00 


40.00 
50.00 
27.00 
26.00 
31.00 
28.00 
29.00 
38.00 
27.00 


1.75 
2.00 
1.33 
1.12 
1.43 
1.00 
1.50 
1.38 
1.25 


2.25 
2.50 
1.60 
1.42 
2.14 
1.50 
1.83 
1.88 
1.44 


1.37 
2.00 
1.23 
1.08 
1.36 
1.13 
1.17 
1.85 
1.17 


1.88 






2.50 






1.35 






1.38 






1.59 






1.75 






1.50 






2.78 






1.58 
















1.25 


1.75 


1.00 


1.50 




Tyrrell 












20.00 


28.00 


1.13 


1.43 


1.25 


1.63 




Northern Coastal (N.E.) 






21.00 


31.00 


1.30 


1.73 


1.30 


1.69 



Farms and Farm Labor 



355 



WAGES OF MALE FARM LABOR IN NORTH CAROLINA, 1922— Continued 





Counties 


Average Rate per 

Month When 

Hired by the 

Year, 1922 


Average Wage 

per Day for Day 

Labor for Harvest 

Work, 1922 


Average Wage per 
Day for Day Labor 

for Other Than 
Harvest Work, 1922 


5 


With 
Board 


Without 
Board 


With 
Board 


Without 
Board 


With 
Board 


Without 
Board 


6 


Beaufort. -. 


I 25.00 


S 38.75 


8 1.38 


$ 1.68 


$ 


S 




Craven _. . — 

Greene _. . - 

Hyde 

Johnston _....--. .. 


28.00 
25.00 
20.00 
25 .00 
20.00 
22.00 
28.00 
21.00 
20.00 
27.00 


47.50 
36.67 
28.33 
35.17 
22.50 
31.40 
34.33 
31.00 
30.00 
38.75 


1.23 
1.45 
1.06 
1.63 
1.25 
1.31 
1.38 
1.29 
1.13 
1.67 


1.13 
2.00 
1.25 
1.83 
1.00 
1.72 
1.83 
1.53 
1.50 
2.17 


1.15 
1.31 
1.42 
1.50 
1.25 
1.05 
1.00 
1.12 
1.00 
1.50 


1.06 
2.19 
1.31 
1.93 
1.50 




Lenoir _._-_-_ . .. 

Pamlico. _ . __ _ _ 

Pitt 

Wayne . -. . 

Wilson . 

Central Coastal (E.)_ 


1.44 
1.25 
1.27 
1.50 
2.00 




23.00 


34.20 


1.33 


1.65 


1.24 


1.53 




Bladen__ __ . . 




9 


21.95 
28.30 
20.25 
23.33 
25.00 
22.25 


29.03 
31.67 
23.00 
33.75 
33.50 
32.75 


1.12 
1.08 
1.00 
1.19 
1.12 
1.60 


1.31 
1.33 
1.12 
1.69 
1.42 
2.10 


1.06 
1.08 
1.25 
1.25 
1.00 
1.45 


1.33 
1.30 




Columbus _ _ . . 

Cumberland. __ _._ ._ 

Duplin... ___._-_. ._ 


1.16 
1.63 
1.30 
1.90 




Hoke 


















1.75 






25.00 


33.12 


1.15 


1.46 


1.25 


1.57 












19.00 
22.00 

18.50 


32.23 
32.50 
25.00 


1.15 
1.13 
1.25 


1.60 
1.50 

1.44 


.96 

1.13 

.83 


1.35 




Sampson.. __ .. 


1.50 
1.06 




Southern Coastal (S.E.) 

State 






21.43 


31.14 


1.22 


1.54 


1.14 


1.44 




24.00 


35.00 


1.75 


2.25 


1.35 


1.75 









CHAPTER X 



FREE EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 

This constitutes the first annual report of the operations of the State 
Free Employment Offices, and has reference primarily to the activities 
of these offices during the first year immediately following the enactment 
of the law and the establishment of branches in the cities of Asheville, 
Charlotte, Greensboro, Raleigh, Wilmington, and Winston-Salem. 

The service in the city of Raleigh is conducted from the Department 
of Labor and Printing, the details of which are handled by the Assistant 
Federal Director of the United States Employment Service and a clerk, 
whose salaries are paid by the Federal Government. The five other 
offices in the State are maintained on a cooperative basis between the 
Federal Government, which furnishes office quarters (where space is 
available in Federal buildings), equipment, supplies, and the franking 
privilege; the State paying salaries of superintendents and local authori- 
ties adjusting the compensation of clerical assistance and telephone 
charges. 

Since October 1, 1919, the United States Employment Service, oper- 
ating in Xorth Carolina, has been conducted under the direction and 
supervision of the Department of Labor and Printing, the Commissioner 
having been designated as Federal Director for this State and serving 
in this dual capacity without additional compensation. Clerical assist- 
ance for the central office in the Department was provided by the Federal 
Government, and during the first fifteen months the Service was in 
operation on this cooperative basis between 5,000 and 6,000 applicants 
for work were placed, more than 20,000 returned soldiers were com- 
municated with in regard to employment, and nearly 4,000 found situa- 
tions satisfactoiw to .them through this agency. Through these com- 
munications hundreds of disabled soldiers were located and reported to 
the Federal Board of Vocational Education, which placed them in proper 
training. 

Realizing the urgent need for a well organized system of employment 
for Xorth Carolina, under State and Federal supervision, this Depart- 
ment brought the matter to the attention of the General Assembly of 
1921 and succeeded in securing the cooperation of that body in the 
development of such an agency. The machinery provided in the statute 
creating the Free Employment Bureau enables the Department to assist 
in bringing the jobless man and the manless job together, in a sys- 
tematic way, in a service which reaches all classes of employers and all 
classes of employees. The local offices established in the large industrial 
centers of the State rendered valuable assistance in relieving acute unem- 
ployment conditions noticeably prevalent for months following the con- 
clusion of the World War. 



Free Employment Service 357 



The statistical data herein presented, and more particularly the num- 
ber of placements made, furnish a record of the service rendered by these 
offices to employers and applicants for employment during the year. 
The accomplishment in this respect is determined in considerable measure 
by the demand for and supply of labor, and, inasmuch as employment 
conditions in general are reflected in the work of the local offices, it is 
deemed advisable to present tables showing actual accomplishments of 
the various branches of the Service over the State. These tables show 
that during the first year the Free Employment System was in operation, 
under State and Federal cooperation, 23,251 men and women, many in 
destitute circumstances, were directed to positions which enabled them 
to earn a livelihood. The aggregate number of applications for posi- 
tions at the offices during the year was 28,986, of whom 23,317 were 
males and 5,669 were females. The total number of persons applied 
for by employers during the year was 24,720. 

The cooperation of the Federal Government in the institution and 
development of the Free Employment System in this State has been 
most valuable, without which it would have been impossible to extend 
the service to the gratifying extent realized at the conclusion of the first 
year of its existence. The small sum contributed for contingent expenses 
of the central office in Raleigh and the use of the franking privilege 
effect a considerable saving to the State. 

Local superintendents and their assistants have rendered faithful and 
efficient service during the year, and are entitled to the strongest com- 
mendation for the exercise of tact and patience in dealing with appli- 
cants for positions and the splendid results achieved in placement work. 

The following tables show, comparatively for the year, the extent to 
which the Service has been able to serve employers and applicants for 
employment. 



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Xorth Carolina Industrial Statistics 



TABLE 1- 



SUMMARY BY LOCAL OFFICES, SEPTEMBER 1, 1921. 
TO OCTOBER 1. 1922. 











Sex: 


Male 


















Registrations 


Help Wanted 


Referred 


Reported Placed 


Offices 


■d 

1 
a 
P 


-a 
* 


5 a 

* 

|| 


'2, 
3 
P 


T3 


So 

.2 o 
aS"S 


-3 

a 
P 


-3 
3 

0Q 


d a 

-2 

.8,8 

SB'S 


15 

p 


15 


* § 

.a S 
8*8 




2,012 
3,934 
2,063 
1,809 
. 845 
2,042 


1,186 
1,761 

592 
1,441 
1,368 

492 


500 
1,192 

320 
1,087 

261 

412 


2,987 
4,549 
556 
1,847 
3,667 
2,009 


257 

895 

20 

1,113 

1,448 

540 


96 
421 

27 
374 
173 
317 


3,018 
3,727 
1,596 

1,567 
3,326 
2,197 


255 
900 
294 
1,112 
1,510 
600 


93 
476 

65 
53.6 
104 
321 


2,989 
3,734 
1,369 
1,506 
3,283 
1,892 


178 
761 
219 
940 
1,440 
532 


77 


Charlotte 


320 




55 




368 




85 




301 






Totals 


12,705 


6,840 


3,772 


15,615 


4,273 


1,408 


15,431 


4,671 


1,595 


14,773 


4,070 


1,206 






Grand totals 


Regis 
tio 


tra- 

1S, 


23,317 


Help 
Wa 


nted, 


21,296 


Referr 


ed, 


21,697 


Reported 

Placed, 20,049 



Sex: Female 





Registrations 


Help Wan 


ted 


Referred 


Reported Placed 


Offices 


S3 
C 

o 

Q 




"31 

53 o 


c 



Q 


"3 
a 


55 "3 

■ — i t. 


c 

S 
o 
Q 


|3 

3 


-I 

.Si G> 


C 


|3 

_3 


a* O 




972 
282 
490 
694 
249 
625 


26 
12 
89 
84 
128 
35 


298 
455 
408 
642 
89 
101 


670 
98 
51 
536 
201 
452 


12 
39 
11 
174 
152 
39 


86 
243 

60 
447 

50 
103 


818 
128 
332 
626 
227 
646 


4 
17 
32 
78 
144 
37 


105 
313 
237 
566 
67 
120 


505 

65 
207 
489 
194 
398 


3 

9 
37 
75 
148 
27 


72 


Charlotte --- 


226 




181 




430 




52 




94 






Totals 


3,302 


374 


1,993 


2,008 


427 


989 


2,777 


312 


1,408 


1,858 


299 


1,055 






Grand totals 


Regis 
tio 


tra- 
is, 


5,669 


Help 
Wa 


nted, 


3,424 


Refer 


red, 4,499 


Repo 
Pla 


rted 
ced, 


3,212 



Free Employment Service 



359 



TABLE 2— PLACEMENTS FOR THE YEAR SEPTEMBER 1, 1921, 
TO OCTOBER 1, 1922. 



Month 


Skilled 


Unskilled 


Clerical 

and 

Professional 




427 
319 
450 
220 
252 
287 
400 
267 
412 
375 
342 
391 


721 

647 

708 

939 

804 

1,071 

1,749 

1,559 

1,918 

1,810 

1,276 

1,571 


109 




98 




135 




62 




72 




116 




85 


May 


78 




133 


July . 


161 




64 


September ._ _ _ _ _ 


93 


Totals _ . - 


4,070 


14,773 


1 , 206 


Female 


Month 


Domestic 


Industrial 


Clerical 

and 

Professional 


October. _ _ _. .. 

November.. _____ 

December .... 

January _ . _ . _. __ _ 

February, ___ __ _ __ . 


139 
135 
158 
116 
121 
148 
179 
139 
190 
166 
160 
207 


40 
47 
31 
22 
17 
39 
21 
12 
21 
20 
8 
21 


88 
77 
107 
49 
73 
94 




82 


May 


74 




106 


July 


102 




90 




113 








1,858 


299 


1,055 






WAGES 









The Department made a study of wages prevailing in the various trades, 
professions, and industries for the period beginning May 1, 1921. and ending 
May 31. 1922. The data was obtained through the various free employment 
offices operated in the State by inquiries made of establishments and other 
agencies who employ labor. It will be recalled that this was a period of 
general depression in nearly every line of industrial endeavor due to the 
slump in business immediately following the World War. Later in the year 
1922 wages took an upward turn, with material increases for practically every 
group of wage-earners, but not equal to the increase in the cost of living. 



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North Carolina Industrial Statistics 



During the period covered hy the survey, wages of all classes decreased an 
average of 16 per cent. This condition was especially true of the unor- 
ganized classes, who fared better later, on the approach of a business revival. 
Organized trades, composed largely of skilled workers, suffered some, but little 
in comparison with unskilled and unorganized labor. Among the organized 
trades, printers held their own best of all. their average net loss for the State 
being only 2 per cent, other percentages run as high as 40 per cent below 
the scales for the year previous. 

A study of reports brought out another important fact. Scarcely any two 
eities in the State show the same wage scale for the same classes of labor, 
either organized or unorganized. This is explained in part by the difference in 
living expenses, location, and environment. 



Average Weekly Wages in Various Employments 

Following are the average weekly wages paid the various classes represented 
in the tabulations, for the year 1022 : 



Auto mechanics $30.00 

Barbers - 33.00 

Bakers 35.00 

Blacksmiths 32.00 

Bookkeepers 2S.O0 

Bricklayers 44.00 

Chauffeurs 17-00 

Clerks 10-00 

Cooks, family 7.00 

Concrete workers 19.00 

Carpenters 32.00 

Electricians 49.00 

Civil engineers 50.00 

Engineers, stationary 40.00 

Engineers, steam shovel 44.00 

Farm help 1-00 

Firemen, stationary 30.00 

Gardeners 15.00 

Hospital helpers 11.00 

Janitors (private) 14.00 

Laborers 13.00 

Lumbermen - 14.00 

Musicians 35.00 

Machinists - 35.00 

Metal workers 29.00 

Pipe fitters 32.00 

numbers - 47.00 

Painters 34.00 

Printers 41.00 

Plasterers 46.00 

Engineer, passenger 44.00 

Firemen, passenger 37.00 

Engineer, freight 52.00 

Engineer, switch 47.00 

Firemen, switch 3S.00 

Firemen, freight 39.00 



Caller, chief .$20.00 

Callers 27.00 

Conductors, passenger 45.0(1 

Baggage masters 32.00 

Flagmen, passenger 31.00 

Conductors, freight 43.00 

Brakemen, freight 32.00 

Conductors, yard 44.00 

Switchmen, yard 43.00 

Car repairmen 37.00 

Boilermakers 43.00 

Boilermaker helpers 20.00 

Machinists, first-class 43.00 

Machinists, second-class 40.00 

Machinist helpers 20.00 

Pipe fitters 41.00 

Track foremen 31.00 

Track laborers 13.00 

Bridge foremen 37.00 

Bridge carpenters 28.00 

Bridge carpenter helpers 20.00 

Bridge laborers 17.00 

Chief clerks 42.00 

Clerks, railway 32.00 

Clerks 30.00 

Stenographers, railway 30.00 

Motormen 30.00 

( \ inductors 3( U M I 

Track laborers. 14.00 

Foremen, track 27.00 

Servants 8.00 

Salesmen 25.00 

Salesladies 20.00 

Stenographers 22.00 

Waiters 12.00 



Free Employment Service 361 

Average Wages Factory Employees 

Day Month Year 
Cotton Mill Employees : 

Highest $4.75 $123.50 $1,482.00 

Lowest 1.83 47.58 570.96 

Average $3.29 $85.54 $1,026.48 

Furniture Factory Employees : 

Highest $5.00 $130.00 $1,560.00 

Lowest 1.91 49.66 595.92 

Average $3.45% $89.83 $1,077.96 

Knitting Mill Employees : 

Highest $4.96 $128.96 $1,547.52 

Lowest 1.69 43.94 527.28 

Average $3.32% $86.45 $1,037.40 

Tobacco Manufacturers' Employees : 

Highest $5.04 $131.04 $1,572.48 

Lowest 1.71 44.46 533.52 

Average $3.37y 2 $87.75 $1,053.00 



362 North Carolina Industrial Statistics 



BRIEF HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES EMPLOYMENT 
SERVICE IN NORTH CAROLINA DURING AND FOLLOW- 
ING WORLD WAR. 

Was established as a separate branch of the United States Department of 
Labor on June 3, 191S, with 96 branch offices operating in thirty-six states and 
the District of Columbia. The personnel of the entire organization consisted 
of twelve officers and employees in the city of Washington, D. (\. and two 
hundred in the field force. Work of coordinating the Federal Employment 
Service and the various state employment bureaus was begun and by the first 
of July. 1918, the United States Employment Service consisted of an adminis- 
trative force in Washington of three hundred and a held force of three hundred 
and fifty officers and one thousand seven hundred employees. 

July 1, 191S, marked the beginning of the United States Employment Service 
in North Carolina. The Federal Director's office was established in Raleigh 
and local offices were opened in Asheville. Charlotte, Winston-Salem. Raleigh. 
Wilmington, and Elizabeth City. 

The Public Service Reserve, a volunteer organization, was in existence at 
that time, but it was not thoroughly organized until September, 1918, when it 
consisted of a personnel of thirteen hundred public-spirited citizens of North 
Carolina, and the work was coordinated with the United States Employment 
Service. The combined organization was the means of locating and stopping 
the illegal recruiting of labor in the State, which was rapidly draining North 
Carolina of available labor, the men being shipped to northern points to the 
great handicap of our own essential industries. Representatives of the com- 
bined organization in every county and practically every township in the State 
located the labor agents and reported them to the sheriffs and police officers, 
and unless proper permit to recruit labor was exhibited, they were handled 
according to law. Likewise, this same organization located men engaged in 
nonessential industries or occupations, the loafers and slackers, the same being 
listed and reported to the proper officials. All this resulted in North Carolina 
furnishing its full quota of industrial war workers to stand back of the 
soldiers she sent to the front. All the recruiting of labor for war work was 
done under the supervision of the United States Employment Service, the same 
being true of labor for the essential industries of the State. No industry, 
factory, or plant was permitted to interfere with the labor of other industries, 
factories, or plants, which was for the purpose of preventing turn-over in 
labor. This turn-over, which was very disastrous to production, was reduced 
from over 200 per cent in some cases to an average of 20 per cent per montb. 
This was all during the war period. 

After the signing of the armistice, the United States Employment. Service 
was confronted with an entirely new situation. Many thousands of workers 
had to be transferred from war work back to normal industrial pursuits. 
This began very soon after the cessation of hostilities, and was under way 
when the demobilization of the troops began. The important work of placing 
the returned soldiers in positions and jobs, especially those whose places of 
employment had not been reserved for them, was assigned to the United States 
Employment Service, and the records on file with the administrative offices 
at Washington show the splendid results obtained. 

The work for the fiscal year. July 1, 191S, to June. 1919. inclusive, was 
carried on under the original appropriation provided by Congress, amounting 
to $5,500,000. The importance of the work on a peace-time basis and as a 
permanent organization was recognized^ and Congress was asked for an appro- 
priation of $4,600,000 for the year ending June 30. 1920. This was included 



Free Employment Service 363 



in the Sundry Civil Appropriation Bill, which failed to pass before Congress 
adjourned. An emergency appropriation of $400,000 was provided to tide the 
service over until the next session of Congress. 

The question of a permanent free employment service was deemed of suffi- 
cient importance for the Secretary of Labor to call a conference of Governors 
to be held in the city of Washington. D. C, on April 23. 24, and 25. 1919. to 
discuss the subject of a National Employment Service in cooperation with the 
states and municipalities. Thirty of the states were represented, mostly by 
the Governors in person, and the result of this conference was the framing 
and introduction in Congress of Senate Bills S-6S8 and S-1442 and House Bill 
Xo. H. B. 4305. generally known as the "Kenyon-Nolan Bill." After an 
exhaustive hearing on the part of the conference committee, the bills were 
reported favorably, and were on the calendar for early consideration when 
Congress adjourned on June 5, 1920. these bills being amongst those left over. 
An emergency appropriation of $225,000 was provided to keep the United 
States Employment Service from going entirely out of existence until the next 
Congress. This appropriation, however, to be available for use in such states 
as were cooperating in the work. 

The country was divided into districts or zones for the purpose of having 
several central points as clearing headquarters for applicants for work and 
requests from employers for workers. Baleigh was designated as the clearance 
point for the fifth zone, composed of the District of Columbia. Maryland. 
Virginia. North and South Carolina, and the Federal Director for North 
Carolina was appointed the Zone Clearance Officer. The purpose of the zone 
system of clearing was to take applicants for work in one state, where employ- 
ment could not be found, and compare the list with requests from employers 
for workers in another state and place such applicants in these positions and 
jobs as were qualified to fill same. 

During this time the United States Employment Service was the only agency 
of the kind operating in the State. It expended in North Carolina funds 
from Federal appropriations as follows : 

From September, 191S, to July. 1921, salaries of all 

workers in the Employment Service amounted to over $30,000.00 

To this is to be added an annual allotment for general 

expenses, traveling, rents, etc.. of 13.000.00 



Total $43,000.00 

The only cooperation given this work in the State of North Carolina in a 
financial way. until joined by the State in 1921. was by appropriations from 
local organizations, county and municipal boards at Asheyille. Charlotte. 
Durham, and Wilmington. The Asheville office was, from November. 1919. 
to and including May. 1920. on a one-man basis, that is, one person being 
in charge and doing all of the work without any clerical or stenographic- 
assistance, at a total expense of $150 per month. This amount included salary, 
telephone, and other expenses. These funds were provided by the board of 
trade, the county, and the city. The Charlotte office was conducted on the 
same basis from July, 1919. to February. 1920. inclusive, funds being provided 
by the city and the county boards. The Wilmington office was maintained 
on same basis from July. 1919. to June. 1920. inclusive, funds being provided 
by the Chamber of Commerce. War Camp Community Service, and the county 
board. At Winston-Salem an office was conducted on a cooperative plan with 
the Y. M. C. A., the "Y" furnishing the superintendent and quarters and the 



364 North Carolina Industrial Statistics 



United States Employment Service the equipment and supplies. At Durham 
a local office was maintained for several months from funds provided by the 
city. Later the work was taken over and handled for a short time by the 
War Camp Community Service. At Raleigh, from March 1. 191!). to July 1st 
of the same year, the work of the local office was made possible by funds 
provided by the city. Chamber of Commerce, the county of Wake, and the 
Central Labor Union. 

This enumerates the entire support that had been given the United States 
Employment Service in North Carolina to April 1. 1921. Against this stands 
the moneys spent by the Federal service in the State as shown by statement 
above. 

It is estimated that the U. S. Employment Service has now in the State 
about seven thousand dollars worth of equipment, same being in use and in 
storage at Asheville. Charlotte. Winston-Salem. Durham, Raleigh. Rocky 
Mount, and Wilmington. 

Since October, 1919, the office of the Federal Director has been located in 
the Department of Labor and Printing, and during the same period the Com- 
missioner of Labor and Printing has been giving his services as Federal 
Director for North Carolina at the nominal salary of $1 per year, in order to 
keep the organization intact and give the State an opportunity to show its 
appreciation of the Service and make an appropriation for its continuance on 
a more comprehensive scale. 

The following statement shows by months the work done by the United 
States Employment Service from April. 1919. to and including March. 1920. 
This being peace-time work, indicates what a very limited and crippled organi- 
zation accomplished, and gives an insight to the good work to be done by 
a well organized employment bureau with sufficient personnel to do the work 
properly : 

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